Nitin Sawhney hosts Q&A with Sonita Gale at BFI Southbank as part of ‘The Camera is Ours’

2022-03-25T13:04:01+00:00March 16th, 2022|

Hostile screened at the BFI Southbank on 16th March, closing the season of THE CAMERA IS OURS: BRITAIN’S WOMEN DOCUMENTARY MAKERS, as part of a selection of films which look at the influence of pioneering female documentary filmmakers from the 1930s until now. Thank you so much to musician and Executive Producer Nitin Sawhney and

‘It shows the harshness and the inhumanity of systems and policies designed to divide us’ – Sonita Gale joined by Yasmine Ahmed, UK Director of Human Rights Watch

2022-09-27T09:50:35+01:00February 3rd, 2022|

"They don’t have access to enough means that they have precarity in terms of where they live and whether they can stay. It shows really just the harshness and the inhumanity of systems and policies which by their very nature are designed to hurt people and divide us". Yasmine Ahmed, UK Director of Human

”It broke my heart, it made me angry” – Online Screening of Hostile followed by Q&A hosted by Ursula Macfarlane

2021-12-22T13:54:03+00:00December 22nd, 2021|

On Tuesday, Together Films hosted an online screening of Hostile, followed by a Q&A moderated by the brilliant Ursula Macfarlane. Hostile is my debut, and we are so thankful for the support of Ursula Macfarlane, who has directed films such as Untouchable and The Lost Sons. "Thank you Sonita for making this film, it broke

“One of the most incredible documentaries” – Hostile screens at Bertha DocHouse followed by Q&A hosted by Nitin Sawhney – View the full Q&A

2021-12-16T18:50:21+00:00December 13th, 2021|

'I've written music for about 70 films and television shows but I'm probably proudest of my involvement in this because it's incredibly important and it's the most salient thing out there right now'  - Nitin Sawhney On Monday 13th December Hostile screened at the Bertha DocHouse in London. Bertha DocHouse is the UK's first cinema

Hostile screens at the closing night of London Migration Film Festival 2021 – View the full Q&A

2021-12-16T18:50:49+00:00December 8th, 2021|

A big thank you to the London Migration Film festival for screening Hostile on the last night of the festival.  The screening was followed by a heartfelt and informative Q&A with Sonita Gale alongside a panel of experts on the Hostile Environment including: Toufique Hossain (Director of Public Law at Duncan Lewis Solicitors) Daniel Trilling

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