Viewing entries tagged with 'Film'
A ten minute cut of a one hour film made in Nablus during the 2002 intifada, observing delivery of healthcare under militarily enforced curfew. Self shot, self-funded, produced and directed.
'They say you are a threat to national security ... they have something secret on you but they won't tell you what'. Actor Omar Mostafa recounts one Jordanian man's story
A 25 min documentary looking at how the use of secret evidence is spreading across the British justice system.
Trailer for feature length documentary about the growing use of secret evidence in the UK and the impact it has had on individuals affected.
As Algeria approaches its 50th year of independence we look at its turbulent history told through its story of football.
Actor Essam Edris reads the testimony of a man we can only identify as Detainee Z. He is 42 years old and has lived in the UK for 18 years. He was detained in 2005 and has been denied access to any evidence held against him.
Actor Lewis al-Samari reads the testimony of an Algerian man we can only identify as Detainee Y. He was kept in prison for almost 5 years without charge and without access to the evidence against him
A film of five statements by prisoners held without charge under UK prevention of terrorism laws first read at a Parliamentary Meeting entitled Britain's Guantanamo hosted by Dianne Abbott in March 2009. a film by Andy Douglas and Nick Baker. Producers Saleyha Ahsan and Jackie Chase.
Pangea Day - May 10, 2008: A Global Film Event Harnessing the Power of Film to Inspire and Compel Social Change
Saleyha Ahsan won a place on the 2007 Bridging the Gap scheme run by the Scottish Documentary Institute which resulted in her short film, My Mother's Daughter.