Working to the ethos that ‘everyone has a story to tell’, Hurricane Films are passionate about collaborating with individuals and communities. We initiate and run writing workshops – both locally and nationally- as well as reminiscence and educational film projects (drama and documentary), all aimed at giving diverse sections of society the opportunity to get their voice heard.
RECENT SOCIAL PROJECTS:
Peoples Stories – Merseysiders remember their past.
My War – Veterans of war from five northern cities describe their experiences.
Spirit of Shankly – The Liverpool FC supporters union tell us why they formed.
Little Angels – A collaboration with Kensington Community Centre. Two generations talk about discovering alcohol.
Under the Mud – A feature film written by teenagers.
TUC – A potted history of the TUC narrated by Christopher Eccelston.
The Jack Jones Trust – A documentary about the trade unionist.
Smile – a short about James Dunn, a local photographer with epidermolysis bullosa.
A promotional film for Wicked Fish – a local theatre and arts company, comprising five disabled people.