Go Watch Be-longing - A Short Film About A Boy In Care

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Be-longing is the story of a young boy aged 9 years old who has been placed in care and is living in a foster home. Removed from violent and chaotic birth parents after a series of family breakdowns, he is torn between accepting the trust, kindness, and security of his foster family and remaining 'loyal' to his birth parents who he still loves dearly. The film uses actors to provide insight into the real world of foster care and it is intended to widen understanding of the experience of a child in care and promote debate.

If you love children and are passionate about their well-being, this is a must-see short film to get a better understanding of what young people in care are going though.

The film will be followed by a live Q&A with director Mike McKenzie with special guests.

Date of Screening : 2.30pm - Saturday 30 November 2019

Ticket price: £5 (+ £1 booking fee applies per transaction)

Location:  The Lexi Cinema, Kensal Rise    



Boy holding his head on his knees bent to his chest.