Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet)

Bringing together researchers, practitioners and policy makers working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland

Refugee Festival screening: A View From Here

As part of Refugee Week’s celebration of 30 years, GRAMNet and BEMIS are pleased to announce a screening of the SRC’s ‘A View From Here’ alongside Migrant Voice short film ‘The Faces of Our European Cities: Stories of migration past and present’.

This event will take place at 6pm on Wednesday 17th June 2015 at CCA, Glasgow.  As this is the last in the series, we invite you to enjoy some refreshments with us after the screening in the CCA Cafe Bar.

A View From Here (2014)

Director: Basharat Khan

Commissioned by: Scottish Refugee Council

Glasgow’s skyline is changing. As the high rise flats are demolished, what happens to the memories of the people who lived there?

‘A View from Here’ tells the stories of refugees and local Scots living in two areas of Glasgow.

A View from Here 1 (1)

‘A View from Here‘ is a multi-disciplinary arts and heritage project supported by Heritage Lottery Fund Scotland, Glasgow Housing AssociationNew Gorbals Housing AssociationUrban Union and WaveParticle.

It documents the heritage of the high flats in two iconic districts of Glasgow and the shared and disparate experiences of asylum seekers, refugees and local Scots who live there. This is a heritage soon to be lost as many of the high rise flats in these areas are to be demolished.

Director Basharat Khan will be joining us for a QnA discussion after the film.

Check out the trailer:

 

The Faces of Our European Cities: Stories of migration past and present (2014)

Director: Migrant Voice, UK.

The faces of our European Cities

The documentary was filmed by migrants living in the United Kingdom who were participants of the European Face2Faceproject’s video workshops. The film brings together the stories of migrants in London and their views and reflections on the place they have migrated to.

Doors open at 5.30pm. Screenings start at 6.00pm.

As usual, screenings are free and welcome to all (age restrictions apply) To guarantee a seat, tickets can be booked by visiting the CCA website or by calling +44 (0)141 352 4900.

Tickets must be collected from the CCA Box Office by 5.45pm, otherwise they will be released back into the system.

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