A scene from Here Be Dragons, a film about Albania

A scene from Here Be Dragons, a film about Albania

When: 27 January 2014. Time: 7pm. Venue: Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Pl, London W2 1QJ. Tickets: £10 per ticket.

On Monday the 27th of January the Frontline Club is pleased to welcome distinguished filmmaker Mark Cousins and his new film essay Here Be Dragons. Cousins and his producer Don Boyd go on an explorative journey through Albania, interweaving views of the capital Tirana and its inhabitants with old film clips, painting a picture of the political and cultural landscape. With his distinctive imagination and sense of humour, Cousins has created a rich and textured piece of work. He takes us on a poetic and inspiring personal journey that opens new horizons that go beyond the Albanian story. Mark Cousins and Don Boyd will be there after the screening for a Q&A with the audience.

The Frontline Club is a charity, and all the proceeds from their events are invested back into their programme supporting and promoting independent journalism worldwide.

More information: http://www.frontlineclub.com/here-be-dragons/

Tickets: http://frontlineclub.bookinglive.com/home/events-and-screenings/screening-here-be-dragons-q-and-a/