“Absolutely of its moment. It was time to see a film like that – with that many people together” Carol Nahra
“We’ve reached a point now where we need to challenge the hostile environment” Dave Carr
Hostile had a sold-out screening and Q&A at Crouch End Picturehouse last night. Dir. Sonita Gale was joined by Dave Carr on the panel hosted by Carol Nahra.
HOST – Carol Nahra
Carol Nahra is a documentary journalist, programmer, and lecturer based in London. She has written extensively about the UK documentary landscape for industry publications and her Docs on Screens blog. She hosts the Bertha DocHouse podcast DocHouse Conversations, is the lead trainer for the Grierson Doclab, and is a trustee for One World Media.
PARTICIPANT AND NHS CRITICAL CARE NURSE – Dave Carr
Dave started his career at the NHS in 1982 as a porter, and qualified as a nurse in 1991. He worked clinically in wards until 1998, after which he trained and started to work in ICUs, which he has been doing for over 22 years.
The audience was diverse and multi generational. Positive conversations around the film, its story, how migrants make up the NHS and uniting as a country. There was a strong sense of solidarity amongst the viewers.
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