A two-day documentary film event featuring screenings, workshops and Q&A with directors looking at the role of filmmaking in challenging public perceptions of incarceration and detention.
Day 1: Friday 4 November
1-2.30pm Workshop/Seminar ‘Working with Archives’ led by Nicolas Drolc. Register here >>
3-4.30pm Workshop/Seminar ‘Film as Method’ led by Michele Devlin, Laurence McKeown and
Claire Hackett. Register here >>
5.30pm Opening of Captured: Documenting Incarceration.
5.45pm Screening of A Kind of Sisterhood followed by Q&A session with directors Michele Devlin and Claire Hackett.
7.45pm Launch of Professor Azrini Wahidin book Ex-Combatants, Gender and Peace in Northern Ireland: Women, Political Protest and the Prison Experience (Palgrave, 2016)
Drinks reception hosted by the School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University and Palgrave Macmillan
For the evening of free screenings please Book here >>
Day 2: Saturday 5 November
10am Screening of Sur les Toits followed by Q&A session with director Nicolas Drolc.
1pm Screening of Injustice
2.45pm Q&A session on ‘Activism and Advocacy’ with director Ken Fero.
4pm Screening of Encountering Attica followed by director Teresa Miller in conversation with a survivor from the 1971 Attica prison riots.
This event is organised in conjunction with the Schools of Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences and Nottingham Trent University.
Free, The Space