Welcome Cinema + Kitchen present The Post
Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre 25 New Inn Yard London EC2A 3EA
Welcome Cinema + Kitchen present with The Frontline Club: The Post
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Join Welcome Cinema for a night of captivating cinema, delicious international cuisine, and fascinating conversation as they host their final event of the summer: a screening of Steven Spielberg’s latest hit, The Post.
The Post is about a cover-up that spanned four U.S. Presidents and pushed the country’s first female newspaper publisher and a hard-driving editor to join an unprecedented battle between the press and the government.
‘The Post’ is not a period movie. Instead, it is squarely addressed to the present day, striving for the urgency of a headline. The film is here to warn us of fresh threats to press freedom; to confirm that the battle between real news and fake news is not without precedent; and to raise a knowing titter. – The New Yorker
Before the film, there is a delicious supperclub prepared by the talented Welcome Kitchen. Fresh off of a collaboration with Deliveroo for Refugee Week, the popularity of these refugee chefs keep growing.
The Frontline Club will host the post screen discussion.
Stephen Dunbar-Johnson is the president, international of The New York Times Company. Prior to The Times, Dunbar-Johnson was Publisher of the International Herald Tribune when it was co-owned by the Post and the Times.
Ghias Aljundi is an independent human rights consultant on the Middle East and North Africa specialising in freedom of expression. Ghias was imprisoned and tortured in his home country of Syria for his journalism and human rights work.
Doors 6. Dinner 6.30. Film 7.30 Q&A straight after