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 I N J U S T I C E

A film about human rights abuses in the UK

(98minutes/Documentary/2001/Ken Fero & Tariq Mehmood)

** Winner Best Documentary - BFM London Film Festival 2002 **

** Winner National Social Justice Award 2003 **

** Winner Best Documentary (Human Rights) - One World Film Festival 2003**

** Special Mention - Independent Film Festival Greece 2004**

**Winner New Nation Campaign Group of the Year Award 2004**

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Injustice is the story of the struggles for justice by the families of black people that have died at the hands of police officers. Between 1969 and 1999 over one thousand people died in police custody in England. Not one police officer has been convicted for any of these deaths. Injustice shows how a number of people met violent deaths at the hands of the police and shows how the families of the dead came together to fight for the truth.

"a rousing hymn to united struggle " Time Out - Critics' Choice

Film Background:

Injustice took seven years to produce. Since its release the police tried to censor the film by threatening legal action at cinemas and at the film makers who refused to stop screening the film and instead took it on a national tour. Injustice has been described as the most politically controversial UK film of recent years and has gained an international reputation screening at over 60 film festivals around the world. Despite this success UK television has banned the film.

" one of the most powerful films ever made in this country" The Guardian

"the film the refuses to die" The Observer

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