Tag Archive: Racism

Knife crime – Short film

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Kageth Kathirgamalingam is a participant on MADE in HAYES - a two project where local young people collaborate to make online TV content. Kageth details his experience on making his first short with us:  I came with this idea in the second session of MADE in HAYES. I stated with a few simple ideas, and from those ideas I picked out the idea that would give a message to the audience, to impact their daily life and also I wanted it to be very simple and easy for audience to understand. When it comes to the shooting day it went…

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madeTV trailer – launches 28th May – Get Involved!

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Make A Difference Entertainment aka MADE, is a charity dedicated to creating film, TV and video projects that celebrate diversity and inclusion. We exist to unite communities through the power of film-making for positive social change.   Our programme outcomes are to develop talent and work experience for participants as well as encourage community cohesion. We also create employment opportunities for our participants by producing programmes with charities, good causes and social enterprises looking to engage with our target audience. By collaborating with MADE young people and groups who are under-represented in mainstream media are empowered to have a voice…

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‘Snow White’ Beauty

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Her impressive client list includes Vogue China, Harper’s Bazaar India, Tom Ford, Calvin Klein, Accessorize, H&M, Samsung and many more. During her insightful travels, Sundal developed a universal change in consciousness, thus aiming to use her skills and network to allow sophisticated productions to companies who aspire to handle themselves in a more sustainable and ethical manner. After seeing British born asian supermodel -  Neelam Kaur Gill, the face of Burberry 2014 on the cover of Evening Standard magazine. Roy takes the opportunity to discuss serious issues of diversity in the modelling industry. Sundal poses questions like: Where does the root…

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