White Nanny Black Child

Between 1955 and 1990 thousands of Nigerian children were fostered by white British families, in a practice known as ‘farming’. This documentary tells the story of a group of individuals that lived through that time, uncovering the true meaning of family and identity, as they piece together fragments of a broken past and questions of belonging. Love and neglect must be faced before they can truly embrace the future.

Directed by: Andy Mundy-Castle

Length: 01:20:00

Country: United Kingdom (UK)

Get your ticket!

This year’s festival is set to be an exceptional event, featuring a vibrant and captivating showcase of African culture through the lens of talented and gifted African filmmakers. Join us for an an unforgettable experience! Tickets now on sale!