The Hard Stop – Documentary

 

In August 2011, 29-year-old Mark Duggan was shot and killed whilst being arrested by armed police in Tottenham, London. This incident ignited a riot that escalated into a week of the worst civil unrest in recent British history. This film explores the life and death of Mark Duggan, and features his childhood friends, Marcus and Kurtis, as they struggle to come to terms with the death of their friend – whilst also waiting to see if the inquest into his shooting will provide them with a satisfactory version of the truth.

“Moving and insightful documentary about the controversial shooting of Mark Duggan ” https://film.list.co.uk/

“A hard-hitting doc exploring the fallout from the killing by police of Tottenham man Mark Duggan” **** stars http://www.timeout.com/london/

Showing Friday 29 July 2016 at:

Z-arts, 335 Stretford Road
Hulme
Manchester
M15 5ZA

Book now via http://www.z-arts.org/events/the-hard-stop/

 

 


Categories: Diaspora, Diversity & Difference, Rethinking The World, Visual Sociology

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