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Sat 8 April

ZZ Loving (12A) plus Q&A

A romance beyond boundaries

Loving celebrates the real-life courage and commitment of an interracial couple, Richard and Mildred Loving, who were jailed and banished by the state of Virginia after falling in love and getting married in 1958.

READ the lastest Guardian review

Human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith knows all about injustice, which is why he’ll be doing a special Q&A after the film.  He says: “It is difficult to believe, perhaps, that well into my own lifetime it was illegal in various US states for black and white people to marry. Yet what better name for a couple – and a case – than Loving versus Virginia, named for Mildred and Richard Loving who challenged the absurd law in 1967.

Clive Stafford Smith is founder and Director of Reprieve who have recently worked with LUSH to support a campaign to release prisoners on death row.

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READ more about how Lush’s latest bath bomb supports the release of someone on death row.

There are films that really mark you. Loving is one of those for me



Sat 8 April