A yearly screening at the British Museum of short films, animations and documentaries made by 14 – 19 year olds at Camden Summer University organized by Suzanne Cohen.
Camden Summer University Young People’s Film Festival
A group poem written at the Israel/Palestine Study Day, BKY
His fear is the colour
of crushed bluestone
Her fear pulses through her,
imprinted by a mother’s desperation
His fear of insignificance
makes him state defiantly,
‘Respect me! Listen to me!
I am not a worm!’
Her fear keeps her silent,
her throat locked by love –
or the fear of losing it
His fear of Arab hatred of his Jewishness
comes from a common fear of malice,
which the Arabs in turn fear
from well-armed Israelis.
By Bob, Ian, John, Leah, Suzanne
Participatory Film in Action
Free film screening and Q&A with two accomplished filmmakers in the expanding field of participatory documentary.
In Sari Stories, Sue Sudbury collaborates with a group of young women in rural India who have been trained to make videos, allowing the viewer an unprecedented view of life in many Indian villages – a world of child marriage, child labour and domestic abuse. An uplifting and at times humorous film, it tells the story of how these women are using technology to challenge tradition and transform their lives.