HIDDEN HISTORIES: DISCOVERING INDIGENOUS LONDON
Wednesday, May 11, 2016 to Saturday, November 25, 2017
Venue: Kings London, Houses of Parliament, British Library and others
HIDDEN HISTORIES: DISCOVERING INDIGENOUS LONDON represents an exciting new departure for Border Crossings - our first documentary film, narrated by Oscar-winning actor Mark Rylance.
Responding to 2015`s incredible Origins Festival, the film unearths the stories of indigenous people who travelled to London from the 15th century onwards. The extraordinary tales of Pocahontas, Jospeh Brant, Bennelong and Mai are placed alongside indigenous travellers from our own day, offering a timely re-assessment of our city and its relationship to the lands it once colonised.
Screenings to date have been presented with the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies at Kings London, and the Association for Commonwealth Studies at the Houses of Parliament. Future screenings include the British Library and British Museum (details to follow).
Written and directed by Michael Walling, photographed and edited by John Cobb, and produced by Marine Begault; the film was made in collaboration with the Open University, and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Please contact us if you would like to arrange a screening!