The next Short Film Competition will be launched at the start of 2016 - it will be now be running bi-annually, further details to follow.
The winner of the Unchosen Modern Day Slavery Short Film Competition 2014 is:
‘Yoke Farm’ directed by Tim Keeling.
Best Young Filmmaker- ‘Help’ Directed by Phoebe Ruguru
Best Forced Labour Film: International- ‘Tantalum’ Directed by Johannes Richard Voelkel
Best Forced Labour Film: UK Production- ‘My Friend Ivor’ Directed by Aleksandra Czenczek
Best Forced Labour Film: UK Consumer- ‘Michael’ Directed by Jonathan Kemp
Best Original Music Score- ‘Vicky the Musical’ Composed by Steve Jones & Paul Devlin
To see the trailers of these films, please click here
Why forced labour?
- Forced labour is modern day slavery and this atrocity is happening throughout the world every day. Recent research indicates there are thousands of forced labour workers in the UK. However, as this type of modern day slavery is still largely misunderstood, many victims remain unidentified and without access to the necessary support.
- Forced labour is something all of us come into contact with every day as consumers. The case studies we have included show how forced labour might have been involved in the production of the clothes you wear, the chicken you eat or the new paving slabs on your driveway. We want to show how we as consumers have both a responsibility and the power to eradicate slavery in the supply chain.
- Visit our FORCED LABOUR page for more information.
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