News Local Films Screened as part of Black History Month A range of films from Screen Education Edinburgh’s archive will be screened as part of a series of coordinated events for Black History Month. North Edinburgh Arts and Passion 4 Fusion kick off their first run of face-to-face screenings of the short films, which focus on community-led anti-racism campaigning in the area, on Tuesday 20th October. The films, made in the 1990s and early 2000s, will accompany a free exhibition in NEA’s café. More information about NEA’s exhibition and screenings can be found here. In coordination with the face-to-face exhibition, the Pan-African Network (Edinburgh) will hold online screenings of the films throughout October. Details of the online screenings can be found below with the first of four launching on our website tonight at 5pm. Tuesday 20 October, 5pm: Muirhouse Anti-Racism Campaign (1993) click here to watch. Thursday 22 October, 5pm: Black Community Development Project (1995) click here to watch. Wednesday 28 October, 5pm: Campaign Against Racism conference (1997) click here to watch. Friday 30th October, 8pm: BCDP Ten Years on (2004) click here to watch.