Free events taking place on Wednesday 28th as part of a campaign of film screenings in Manchester for young people about children employed in the world’s textile industries, in March 2012.
Unchosen Patron Chantelle Tagoe will be attending from 11:30am-3pm.
For more information on Anti-trafficking documentaries by Unchosen Films visit their website
For all visits please book in advance with Denise Bowler via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0161 275 8455
Our Big Fair Trade Adventure
10am – 12 noon (9 – 13 year olds)
Century Films. Three 14 year olds go to India to source a new ethically traded school shirt and witness child labour, and effects of pesticides.
Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts
1-3pm (16 years plus)
Directed by Robert McCourt. For the first time ever, six young fashion fanatics swap shopping for the backstreets of India to live and work with the people who make the clothes they wear. On this journey of discovery they start at a multi-million pound factory, that makes clothes for some of our biggest brands on the UK high street, earning for a ten hour day, just £2.
I am Slave
6.00 – 7.30 pm (Students)
This film is directed by Gabriel Range and has been chosen by students to be screened for Unchosen Film Festival. The film tells the story of one woman’s fight for freedom from modern-day slavery.
In Southern Sudan, young Malia is kidnapped by Mujahideen raiders. Taken to Khartoum, Malia is sold to a family, where she is subjected to extreme cruelty. Her father searches for her, in vain. When Malia turns eighteen, she is sent to London. Trapped and enslaved, her passport taken away, Malia only thinks of escape.
There will be a tour of ‘COTTON: Global Threads’ between 5:30pm and 5:55pm by a Knowledge Series student and a discussion and complimentary glass of wine after the film between 7:30 -8:30pm.