The Stuart Hall Project

Phoenix
£8.90/£7.30 Concessions/£6 Students

Dir John Akomfrah, UK, 2013, 98 mins, 12

Stuart Hall was one of the most influential and esteemed cultural theorists of a generation. Emigrating from Jamaica to the UK in 1951 to take a place at Oxford University, he became a founding figure of cultural studies. Featuring archive footage, and set to the music of Miles Davis, the Stuart Hall Project is a journey through the upheavals, struggles and turning points of global political and cultural change in the 20th Century though the eyes of one man.