- Part of...The Ghosts of Songs
- Gallery 2: Disenchantments
The Perspex vitrines designed by Adjaye Associates form a sculptural island that suggests a dialogue with the chamber for Seven Songs for Malcolm X and The Black Room in Gallery 2.
Vitrine 1 displays scripts, including Signs of Empire, Handsworth Songs, Seven Songs for Malcolm X, treatments for Twilight City and Who Needs a Heart and notebooks for Who Needs A Heart and Testament.
Vitrine 2 displays selected photographs of the BAFC at different stages of their career.
Vitrine 3 displays selected publicity from the film familiarisation courses and screening programmes curated by the group and designed by Edward George.
Vitrine 4 displays selected publicity from the films of the BAFC, including invitations and posters.
Vitrine 5 displays selected certificates and notifications of prizes awarded to the group across their career.
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