On Tuesday, January 17th, Hostile screened at the Victoria Hall in Settle, North Yorkshire. The screening was followed by a Q&A with director Sonita Gale and Angie Pedley, from the Craven Refugee Support Network, who helped to organise the event.
The Craven Refugee Support Network is a group of organisations operating in the Craven area to support refugees and asylum seekers.
The film was made available to the public and tickets were offered free of charge so that everyone who wanted to come was able to.
This was a particularly important opportunity for the public to engage in the stories told in Hostile and to think about how they can engage in collective healing in response to the ‘hostile environment.’
For more information about the event, visit our Impact Screenings page.