Remembering the Renoir cinema in the early days of being a student, it was always the place to see alternative film for us central London kids. It’s therefore natural for it be here that this long-overdue London screening of what Sir Ben Kingsley called: “A life enhancing, important and much needed film” will take place.
Bafta-nominated for the Outstanding Debut by a British writer, director or producer category, I Am Nasrine follows a young Iranian girl sent to the UK after falling foul of the Iranian regime. Post-screening director Tina Gharavi and producer James Richard Baillie will be on the podium for discussion.
I Am Nasrine: is a film about emotion, finding oneself and the universal search for home, the events that throw young Nasrine’s world into turmoil are circumstances beyond her control, and they change her life forever as she tries to deal with the consequences of the politics around her and seek a better world.