Fragments - a film festival focusing on minorities

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Fragments - a film festival focusing on minorities

One of London's award-winning independent cinemas have created their own film festival, showcasing an array of films with inclusivity at their heart.

The Genesis Cinema is focusing on minority groups, in a new series of 19 films to be shown across June.

Tyrone Walker-Hebborn, who owns the cinema, and Christina Papasotiriou, one of the film programmers for the festival, spoke to Helena Wadia.

The Genesis Cinema film festival - Fragments - opens on the 7th June. 


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