Sue Clayton, 2018 (2 mins – trailer)
Calais Children is a live campaign by Sue Clayton. And the compelling 62-minute film follows the scandal of what happened to almost 2000 lone children who were in the Calais Jungle as it burned down, most of whom had a legal case to be in the UK.
Dominika Blachnicka-Ciacek, 2015 (7 mins)
Dominika, a Polish academic and activist who has taught both in the UK and Poland, made a series of films about the Palestinian diaspora. Jakub and In’am tells the story of a man who owns a Kebab shop in a working class suburb of Warsaw, near where Dominika lives. He is barred from travelling back to his home in Beita, Palestine, to be with his wife, children and family.
Orson Nava, 2017 (49 mins)
Everyday Borders tells the story of how increasing numbers of people are being obliged to act as border-guards in the communities where they live and work. As they go about their activities as employers, landlords, health workers, local government officials and educators they are being compelled to check the immigration status of people they come in contact with.
ARTE Documentary, 2020 (14 mins)
In Moria refugee camp, home to 20,000 people, one young Afghan woman is helping others by teaching them English as they wait for a European residence permit that can take months, even years.
The Atlantic, 2019 (10 mins)
Refugee painters, calligraphers and film-makers in ‘The Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais talk about their life there, their hopes and dreams. Artists from Afghanistan, Iraq, Kurdistan, Sudan and Iran.
France24 Global Grid, 2018 (5 mins)
Palestinians in Lebanon are often treated as second-class citizens. And now they’re threatened with withdrawal of funding to UNWRA, many services may no longer be available to them.