September’s film is the Award-winning film BABYHOOD, released in 2012. Made by London-based independent filmmaker Kate Jangra, this documentary film explores the contemporary context in which our society is raising young children
These children are being failed by us all. The one place they relied on some help from, has gone, and reading the mainstream media’s narrative, no-one cares about them. And with that idea floating around a mind that already is “surviving trauma”, what hope can we have of healing these poor troubled amazing children to take part in society and follow the wishes of any individual/community let alone government rather than continue along some unresolved, unsupported, unloved path.
I’m so pleased and proud to say that BABYHOOD has won an Award, after being part of Culture Unplugged Festival. … More
Babyhood has been licensed by Canterbury College. The early years teachers want to use it to show to their students … More
So it’s World Breastfeeding Week, and by chance I happened to take my LO’s to see the dinosaurs at the … More
i feel compelled to write about why i had to make my film and what i hope it might achieve. … More
On 5th July at 9pm EST you can watch the full documentary Babyhood here for free…and then join us for … More