Forgotten in Idomeni: A Photographic Journal
Monday 19 September --- 6:30-11pm --- The Boileroom, Guildford
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​The Boileroom in collaboration with Guildford: People to People and Together Films present: 

Forgotten In Idomeni: A Photographic Journal 

Photographs by Daniel Alvarez-Martinez
Film Screening: They Will Have To Kill Us First: Musicians In Exile 

A photo exhibition and written journal of one of Europe's most horrific refugee camps; Idomeni on the Greek-Macedonian border.

Photographer Daniel Alzarez-Martinez documents his time there through searingly honest black and white shots of everyday life at the camp; alongside his eye-opening journal entries. Alvarez-Martinez will also be holding a short talk and Q&A session during the evening.

The exhibition will be on display from 19th-25th September at The Boileroom, to coincide with the venue's 10th Birthday celebrations.

For the opening night, we will also be screening docu-film 'They Will Have To Kill Us First': a story of Malian musicians in exile produced by Together Films; who will be hosting a Q&A session afterwards.

The film follows the story of Mali’s musical heroes as they fight for their right to sing.

Watch the trailer here:
https://youtu.be/LigQKj1-pIY 

All photographs on display will be available to purchase; with all monies raised being split between these charities and organisations:

Forgotten In Idomeni
https://www.facebook.com/forgotten.idomeni/

Music In Exile Fund
https://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/writersandscholars/musicinexile

Help Refugees Greece
http://www.helprefugees.org.uk/ 

Doors: 6.30pm
Screening: 8pm


There are a limited number of tickets for this event, please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

We are very grateful to Phineas Williams of The Gallery Cafe Guildford for his sponsorship of this event.

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