Working to the ethos that ‘everyone has a story to tell’, Hurricane Films are passionate about collaborating with individuals and communities. We initiate 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.