ITN Productions are searching for families of Caribbean decent to partake in a documentary about immigration and racism in Britain since the 1960’s.
50 years on from Enoch Powell’s speech; the documentary will explore the story of immigration, multiculturalism and racism in Britain using personal tales from families featured spanning over the past 50 years.
This documentary is about immigration and racism in Britain since the 1960s; Black Britain: 50 Years On from Enoch Powell’s Speech (working title).
Five families have already shared their personal stories of when they settled in Britain during the 1960’s (and before). Using their black and white photographs and hearing from their children and grandchildren, the documentary is focusing on how Britain has changed since then – and perhaps how it hasn’t.
What the production team are looking for:
One last family who are of Caribbean decent and have 3 generations of a family living in the UK (parent, children and grandchildren), who can openly discuss experiences of racism, immigration, identity and multiculturalism, with the use of through personal pictures. The team are searching for a Jamaican family, but the grandparents must have moved to Britain during the Windrush.
As soon as possible. If you think you and your family would be an ideal fit to talk about the issues mentioned above then please get in touch with Kandise.email@example.com, you can also call Kandise on 0207 430 4068 for further information.