Another News Story - Film Screening
“Another News Story”
A film produced by parishioner Verity Wislocki
Sunday 3rd March at 7.00pm
in the Gillespie Hall.
Entry fee is £3.00 (concessions available) which includes a complementary drink on arrival.
Popcorn will be available to buy.
“A profound insight into the true nature of the refugee crisis”
This is an opportunity to view a profound film that takes a fresh view of the European refugee crisis. It documents the plight of refugees and how their story is covered in the media.
Filmed over one year, 3000 miles and nine countries, Another News Story follows the refugees journey from arrival in 2015 to the idyllic island of Lesbos into Hungary and Croatia and across Europe to a hoped-for sanctuary.
The film chronicles a journey beset by physical deprivation and danger, bureaucratic and political obstacles and
thousands of miles of uncertainty. As the refugees wind their way across Europe they are accompanied by a pack of fellow travellers – reporters, camera-operators, producers and news vans.
The film offers an intimate portrayal of these refugees in an unflinching, humorous and often uncomfortable insight into what makes a story newsworthy.
Verity will be holding a Q & A session after the film to discuss the film and her career in the film industry.
To book tickets please email [email protected] stating your name & how many tickets you require in Total & how many are concessions (under 18/students & over 60).
There will be a collection after the film for two refugee charities:
Help Refugees & Phone Credits for Refugees