This groundbreaking documentary gives cameras to refugees fleeing to Europe. The resulting film takes you with them every step – from suburban flat to leaky dinghy, to negotiating with smugglers and suffocating containers
'A few hours into Hassan Akkad’s crossing from Turkey to Greece in an overcrowded dinghy, he realises things are not looking good for him, or the 50 other refugees squeezed in beside him. He notices that there is half a foot of water in the boat. Gradually, the mounting alarm is caught on film, as Akkad films the journey on a hidden camera...' The Guardian
There will be short presentations from people who are active in the fight for refugee rights, and instruction and opportunities to get involved regardless of your age, background, ability or amount of free time. Regardless of who you are or your situation, there is always a way you can help.
There will be amazing food and drink available from Cafe Kino.
All profits go to 'Help Refugees', providing aid and upholding dignity for refugees. Tickets also available on the door but will be limited.