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.
Tag: Video & Progressive Arts
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.
Channel 4 Television presents special documentaries – from 1995 – examining the death of Joy Gardner in 1993 and the subsequent public campaign that culminated in the trial at the Old Bailey of those accused of causing her death.
Alfre Woodard gives a career defining turn in Clemency, Chinonye Chukwu’s beautifully understated drama about a death row warden who begins to question her profession after witnessing a botched execution.
On Monday 17 December 2018 IWOC London and friends hosted a screening of INJUSTICE – Ken Fero’s award winning documentary about the struggles for justice by the families of people that have died in police custody.
A well-attended memorial event, “Justice Denied – The Life and Times of Joy Gardner,” marked 25 years since the 1993 murder of Jamaican mother Joy Gardner by the British government’s Alien Deportation Squad.
The last 4WardEverUK Film 4 Thought screening was held in December 2015 after a run of almost 18 months. We very much hope to see a return of the Film Club as we explore possible new partnerships.
The Right To Be Heard project has asked Indigenous communities for their reflections on this weekend’s 50th anniversary of the referendum that formally recognised their existence. Portraits by Tobias Titz.