In collaboration with The Drum Arts Centre; Birmingham, 4WardEver UK launched its new monthly film club in November 2014, bringing powerful independent films to Birmingham.
Print & Film
Join us on 22 January 2015 for the screening of ‘War Matters’, a 50-min documentary chronicling 10 years of anti-war resistance in the city of London. By filmmaker Chester Yang.
In the early morning hours of Jan. 1, 2009, Oakland police pulled four black men off a train car for fighting. During the melee, a transit officer pulled out his gun and shot 22-year-old Oscar Grant in the back as Grant was lying face down on the ground, with his hands restrained behind his back.
Jen Marlowe’s newest book, I Am Troy Davis, was published right around the second anniversary of Davis’s September 2011 execution by the state of Georgia. Davis was killed by lethal injection despite considerable evidence suggesting that he was innocent. Davis was convicted of the 1989 murder of police officer Mark MacPhail in Savannah, Georgia. Years of appeals were unsuccessful despite significant doubts about his guilt.
Award winning film director Bill Maloney investigates the derelict building of St Peter’s Approved School, in Gainford, Co Durham. The police claim it is a ‘dark stain on the village’ so why has it laid derelict for years?
Award winning film director Bill Maloney is refused entrance to the Inner London Family Proceedings Court to support a young couple who were having their 10 month old baby girl taken away from them.
A hard hitting documentary detailing the death in custody of Burnley teenager Adam Rickwood hopes to shed new light on his alleged suicide. It really is heartbreaking to watch and that is the way it should remain.
Wannabe filmmaker Tigre Hills; had planned to debut this documentary he has titled “The Barrel of a Gun” on Dec. 9, the 28th anniversary of the killing of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner who Mumia is said to have murdered but there is a delay in the films release.