On Thursday, 9th February, Hostile screened at Keele University to undergraduate Criminology students. 

Following the session, there was a Q&A hosted by Dr Clare Griffiths who has written extensively about the relationship between migration and social cohesion, dispelling myths that link immigration and increased crime rates. 

Dr Griffiths noted that ‘the students were so enthused afterwards… I left them in intense discussion with each other!’

The screening was a continuation of the Hostile Impact campaign which raises awareness about the issues in the film in educational settings, and looks to see how Hostile can be a part of the curriculum in some courses. Specifically, we are focused on raising awareness of and pushing for reform to the ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ policy. 

For more information on the screening, visit our Impact Screenings page.

For upcoming screenings, visit our ticketing page.