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Enjoy a beautiful documentary followed by an inspiring debate where everyone can share their opinion about race, skin colour and discrimination . Get 2 tickets instead of one with 50% discount. From $15,20 to $7,60 (Nafl.13,50)

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$15,2

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$7,6

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The Fine Print

  • The coupon is valid on 5, 14, 21 and 29th of November 2014
  • The documentary starts on 8:00 PM at  Teatro Luna Blou, Otrobanda
  • Print the coupon and bring it to the documentary
  • The film is mostly spoken in Papiamentu, with some Dutch and English. The film has English subtitles.
  • Sombra di Koló is made for and with the people of Curaçao, with the purpose to break the taboo on talking about race, skin color and discrimination.
  • Reservation required, mentioning Sombra di Koló, please call 4622209.
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Highlights

  • The documentary is followed by an inspiring debate with the audience.
  • "Sombra di Koló" is already going international, 12 november 2014 it will be show at  the CANPA conferrence in Paramaribo
  • It will be show at the African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) in New York City , on 5 December 2014.
  • There will also be a  "Sombra di Koló" art exhibit that will take place at “NAAM” it can be visited during office hours. Entry to the SDK art exhibit is free.
  • You can find the work of Garick Marchena, Ailisa Anastasia, Avantia damberg, Kirk Claes, Felix de rooij, Giovani Zanolino, Sandra Vali Leonora, Omar sling, Norva sling and Roberto Tjon-A-Meeuw.
  • The  "Sombra di Koló" art exhibit will also be open during the follow up "Sombra di Koló" lectures nights called:  "Sombra di Koló
    conversation". Lectures will be starting on 12 november on till january 2015
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Description

Sombra di kolo is an initiative of the Warwaru ImageNation Foundation. The foundation, was set by anthropologist Angela Roe, is a research, media and event organization that focusses on the heritage and decolonization. The purpose of the foundation is to illuminate on both the positive as the negative sides of our heritage and to find a constructive and sustainable solution for the research. The film is a co-production with de wind imaging, the film, photography, and production business of Selwyn de Wind that since 2012 was established on Curacao The film has been made by Angela Roe and film makers Hester Jonkhout en Selwyn de Wind.  See the preview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3DSdZhOISQ

The Company

Teatro Luna Blou, Otrobanda

www.warwaru.com

4622209