Bab Sebta is the name of the narrow passage between Morocco and Ceuta, the place where African migrants converge on their journey to Europe. Visiting the four main stages of the route to Tangier and recording without judgement the voice of these otherwise voiceless people, this documentary reveals their courage and their humanity as they strive for a better life. The screening will be followed by a discussion of the film and its key issues. We hope to welcome the film-makers to the event.
Director: Pedro Pinho & Frederico Lobo
Running time: 110mins
BFI Southbank, Waterloo SE1
Sat 25 Jul 14:00 NFT3 book