The UK is Not Innocent is a 45-minute documentary film made by Rainbow Collective as part of INQUEST’s 40 Years heritage project. The film traces INQUEST’s evolution from a grassroots collective of families bereaved by state-related deaths to an established charity providing expertise on deaths in custody, exposing forty years of state violence and resistance in England and Wales.

Following the screening, there will be a Q&A exploring the role of visual arts in campaigns for social and racial justice. Q&A will be chaired by Naomi Oppenheim (INQUEST) and will feature Rachel Hamada (Take One Action), Sarah Booker and Simon Israel

This film features addresses sensitives themes.
It includes material on the following: hateful language, racism, classism, sexism, mental ill health, sexual assault, child abuse, self-harm, suicide, violence, torture, death and dying.

Part of Glasgow International Open Programme:

The 10th edition of Glasgow International Festival of Contemproary Art will take place between Friday 7 June and Sunday 23 June 2024.


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Sarah Booker

  • Venue

    Platform, The Bridge

  • Address

    1000 Westerhouse Road, Easterhouse, Glasgow, UK

  • Phone Number

    0141 976 6161

  • Price

    Free - but ticketed (book space on website)

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