Event Details

This is a screening of Miki Mistrati's third documentary on the ethical failures of the chocolate industry focuses on child trafficking to the Ivory Coast. It follows Human rights lawyer Terry Collingsworth for a period of 5 years as fights to convict Nestlé and Cargill of systematically exploiting children in Ivory Coast cocoa production.


It is Miki Mistrat's third film uncovering the chocolate industry, following The Dark Side Of Chocolate (2010) and Shady Chocolate (2012).


THE CHOCOLATE WAR is nominated for the Cinema for Peace Award 2022.


Speakers

  • Antony Barnett (Investigative journalist/Presenter at Channel4)

    Antony Barnett

    Investigative journalist/Presenter at Channel4

    Antony Barnett is a British investigative journalist. Since 2007 he has worked as a reporter and presenter for Channel 4’s flagship current affairs series Dispatches. He joined Channel 4 after working for more than a decade at The Observer where he held a number of posts including as the newspaper’s Investigations Editor.

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  • Miki Misrati (Filmmaker)

    Miki Misrati

    Filmmaker

    Miki Mistrati was born in Copenhagen. Since 1996 he has directed, produced, and exec produced more than 85 films for the international market. He is behind films like The Dark Side of Chocolate, Shady Chocolate, Starbucks & Nespresso: The Truth About Your Coffee, Cadbury Exposed.

    He has won 12 awards and has been nominated 30 times in nine countries. In the UK. Special Mention by Rory Peck Trust 2020. Nominated by the British Journalism Awards 2019 and 2020. Nominated by Amnesty Media Award 2021, the Wincott Awards 2021. The Chocolate War is nominated at CPH:DOX F:ACT Awards 2022, Cinema for Peace 2022, and Warsaw International Film Festival.

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Tickets

General Admission

These tickets are for an in-house event on the second floor and grants you access to the Club for the evening in Paddington London.

Standard Price £12.50
Member Ticket

These are available to full paying members only the nominal £5 fee is redeemable for a drink voucher on the evening.

Primary Member Price £3.50
Student

Please bring a valid student ID with you, to show at reception, otherwise you may be refused entry.

Standard Price £8