Celebration of Voices on International Women’s Day

A Celebration of Global Voices  |  Tuesday 8th March 18:00 – 22:30 at The Tabernacle, Notting Hill

Join us for an evening of inspiring films, projects and conversations.

Attendance to our event is FREE!  You will need to reserve seats for yourself and friends. Book here!

Blueberry are also raising funds for the Grierson Trust DocLab, which is dedicated to encouraging new voices to documentary filmmaking. You can make a donation when you book, or on the evening!

Scattered Windows, Connected Doors
Eight women.  Eight Stories.  An inspiring documentary capturing the thoughts and choices of these women living in urban India.  A series of conversations on love, loss, fear, loneliness, marriage, freedom and what it means to be a woman.

Debuting in London, Scattered Windows, Connected Doors has screened in India and North America, winning the AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD at the Mumbai Women’s International Film Festival and the BEST DOCUMENTARY AWARD at the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival, in 2013.

Global People Project
Helen and Hugh are directors of the non-profit, Global People Project, set up to advance our understanding of one another in a global context and to engage, empower and connect people in today’s globalised world. Together they have travelled the world, asking people across 6 continents a series of questions…

“We were interested to find out how different people respond to the same questions. Do the same things make people scared in London as in New York or Shanghai? What do different people all over the world hop for the future? We wanted to discover what separates us and what unites us. These questions are relevant to everyone, no matter who they are or where they are from.”

Global People Project will be screening some of their interviews and sharing their experiences in a Q&A.

Team BB x

International Women’s Day 2016  | Tuesday 8th March 18:00 – 22:30
The Tabernacle, 35 Powis Square, Notting Hill, London W11 2AY