Riots Reframed – a free film screening
Director Fahim Alam
Riots Reframed is a feature-length documentary which reframes England’s 2011 riots through voices of resistance. The documentary takes the viewer through a journey that begins in Tottenham and spirals out to a detailed look at the role of police, power, racism, government, prison, war, resistance and more.
This film is being screened by students of Free University Brighton’s (free) degree-level course in Social Science and Humanities which includes modules in Criminology. Following the film screening the tutors and students will lead a discussion about the subject.
Tickets are FREE and can be booked online at the Free University Brighton’s website.
The Free University Brighton’s students have recently been studying the 2011 riots as part of the Critical Perspectives on Crime and Punishment course. If you would like to join University’s degree next year, you can find out details here.