About the event:
The movie binds real-life experiences of harassment of press freedom, domestic violence, child abuse, human trafficking, forced marriages, immigration and drug crimes set in Glasgow.
Several stories are woven together in and around Glasgow involving interrelated individuals from various backgrounds.
Among them, is a journalist/political activist known as ‘IGWE’ who escaped from the jaws of the dictator head of state in his home country to seek political asylum in Glasgow.
Unfortunately, his case for asylum was refused and now has to face a fate waiting for him at home or join the men of the underworld in Glasgow for survival.
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The advancement of the arts, heritage, culture and education through the formation of a network where the less privileged within the community have access to hands-on practical experience in film-making, photography, dance, music production, audio recording, cinematography, editing, fashion design, make-up, graphics design and digital media.