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The Last Tree + Q&A

12th September – 6pm Rating: 15 – UK 2019, 98mins

The Electric Cinema

47 – 49 Station Street Southside Birmingham

Tel: 0121 643 7879

Book Tickets


Director: Shola Amoo

Starring: Sam Adewunmi, Tai Golding, Gbemisola Ikumelo, Denise Black, Ruthxjiah Bellenea, Demmy Ladipo and Nicholas Pinnock

A special preview with Q&A of this stunning new film from writer/director Shola Amoo.

Growing up with his foster mother amongst the rolling fields of rural Lincolnshire, Femi’s young life seems as idyllic as the landscape. But when he returns to London to live with his birth mother he begins to struggle with the culture and values of his new environment. As the years pass, he must decide which path to adulthood he wants to take and what it means to be a young black man in London during the early 00s. His search for self and identity will take him on an emotionally charged and utterly unforgettable journey through various stages of his life.

Birmingham Children ‘s Trust

IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO GROW A CHILD…More African & Caribbean people needed to foster or adopt Caribbean children from the BIRMINGHAM care system ….Would you like to start a new Job   fostering ?? Earning 450 per week per child, whether your single or a couple and have love to give and have one or more spare rooms.

Would you consider fostering or adopting a Birmingham child?

Birmingham Children’s Trust are looking for couples or individuals that are able to value a child’s identity including their ethnic, religious and cultural background. Parenting a child into adulthood is one of life’s most rewarding experiences. If you are able to offer a child a loving home, have one or more spare rooms and childcare experience please contact us on 0121 303 7575 or visit birminghamchildrenstrust/newstyle to find out more about fostering or adoption.

Birmingham Children ‘s Trust staff will be available at the acmc on the the dates below. Any one requiring further information and advice about becoming a child carer – choose a date/s to attend ACMC to have a informal discussion on the process to fostering and adopting:

Date Time Trust staff member

The Afro Caribbean Millennium Centre. 339 Dudley Rd, Birmingham, B18 4HB.

The Adoption and Fostering team will be on hand to answer your questions and provide you with all of the information that you need see you there .