Michelle Hubbard from the National Justice Museum, has asked us to circulate details of the project she is developing called ‘Ingenuity’, based on a historic collection of beautiful objects crafted by people in prison.
Tag: Video & Progressive Arts
The RAAH.Fest took place on 24 October 2020. Viewers enjoyed live and pre-recorded performances. Proceeds from the event will support the National Family Fund and many other charities.
In October, the Royal Festival Hall will feature 21 classical composers of color in its first season since the country’s first lockdown this spring. Led by composer James B. Wilson and the Chineke! Orchestra.
Two decades ago the police tried to silence Ken Fero’s fearless documentary Injustice. Twenty years later, his follow-up is filled with even more pain and outrage. Ultraviolence was launched at the 2020 BFI Film Festival.
So what is RAAH.Fest? It’s a music festival to amplify the voices of young people affected by migration displacement, human trafficking and racial discrimination. 20 charities are selected to benefit from the funds raised.
The National Theatre of Scotland is to revive its major productions with the launch of a new stage show inspired by the case of Sheku Bayoh, a father-of-two who died in police custody in Fife.
15 years after Ken Fero’s ground-breaking film Injustice, which examined deaths in police custody, comes a compelling follow-up ‘Ultraviolence’ that feels as timely as ever. Screens at BFI Film Festival, 12 October 2020.
Ken Fero’s film, ‘Injustice’ documented deaths in police custody during the 1990s. Campaigners have petitioned for it to be shown on Channel 4 – but now it will screen at the British Film Institute in London.