In 2015, over 1 million people without papers came to the European continent to ask for asylum. In 2018, inspired by the work of activists, filmmakers and artists, Has travelled from the south of Italy to the north of France – tracing lives, life and living from border to border – listening, participating and filming. Four years later, in 2022, people continue to move, with over 1 million refugees from Ukraine fleeing their country and the struggle of welcoming continues.

Am I biologically human or politically human? What is it to walk down a street hand in hand with freedom?


Doors open 18.45 and seating is unreserved. The film is 40 minutes long and will start around 19.15. Following a short pause for refreshments, there will be a Q&A with the filmmaker for those who would like to participate.


Imperial Cinema has a 33ft screen, a 7-channel Dolby Digital EX surround sound and a digital projector. The cinema is located on the second floor of the Imperial College Union building, directly above FiveSixEight (the Union bar). You can bring your own food and drink to the venue.  

Tickets can be purchased via the following link or at the door (if there are any remaining). We would recommend purchasing a ticket online to secure your place.

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