Video & Film


Six different meals had twelve guests each. A survivor of the Holocaust and someone affected by more recent persecution suggested the recipes at each one, and they spoke before inviting discussion about how to create a culture of tolerance and hope.

A six-week participatory video project with a group of day care patients at the Prince of Wales Hospice, Pontyfract. In a delicate and often moving process, we worked to help the participants capture individual histories and memories, turning these moments into a coherent video programme.

With an all star cast of 137 - the whole work force at Longley Farm, Britain's largest independent dairy - help create a permanent record of the farm at work.

Video presentations at the ‘Creative Time’ conference at Theatre in Prisons and Probation at the University of Manchester and the ‘Men and Masculinities’ conference at the Watermans Arts Centre, London. Contributed a chapter to ‘Arts Approaches to Conflict’ edited by Marian Liebmann, published by Jessica Kingsley.

still from Puppet video

We worked with 20 offenders and victims of crime through Victims Support, the Probation Service, Youth Justice and others. During day-ong structured sessions we worked together to produce a short puppet video telling their story.

Creating the video elements for an integrated multi-media theatre show exploring issues around immigration with a large mixed cast of young people from many ethic origins and communities. In association with Chol Theatre the resulting piece was shown to critical acclaim at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield.


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