There’s been a long silence on our website recently as we’ve been busy making our first documentary for Al Jazeera English.
We are now very happy to announce that ‘In the Valley of Guns and Roses’ is now complete!
The film concerns the struggles of a single mother who works in a weapons factory in Bulgaria’s Rose Valley.
The film will be broadcast at the following times and is now available to watch online.
We are pleased to announce that our film, ‘Misan’ from the Moving Lives series was awarded a Special Jury Prize at the Irish Council for Civil Liberties Human Right Film Awards 2015.
The film was subsequently discussed on National Radio and in the Irish Press, and has since received 34,000 hits on vimeo.
Please check out our Kickstarter campaign to help us show our installation about internally displaced people in Iraq to more people.
We have also started a Facebook page where we will be posting regular updates on the project. Please like and share with friends.
For a long time we’ve been working on a multi-media installation about internally displaced people in Iraq. It’s an experimental project that mixes photography, video and sound recordings to create an immersive documentary environment.
If you are in London please come along and see an early version of the work for yourself. We are showing it as part of exhibition called dis/placed organised by Counterpoints Arts.
The exhibition is from June 16th-21st at Shoreditch Town Hall. It’s open from 11am to 9pm.
We hope to see you there.
Key Pictures were in Ireland this week for the launch of Moving Lives, an innovative new website.
We were commissioned by Counterpoints Arts to produce the films and photography for the site. The project combines documentary with a history of The Immigrant Council of Ireland, a leading NGO in Ireland in the field of migrants rights. more