Part 1: The documentary represents the debut of Vanessa Redgrave as cinema director. It is a very personal reflexion about the current world crisis with refugees seen through the eyes and voices of activists and children that mix past and present, documentary and theatre in their reflexion about the importance of Human Rights. This documentary was produced by Carlo Nero.
Casting: Vanessa Redgrave, Alfred Dubs, Ralph Fiennes, Emma Thompson, Martin Sherman.
The installation artist Kate Daudy provides her personal accounts of their respective encounters with refugees and how their plight has inspired and moved them. They are joined on stage by film maker Carlo Nero who produced Sea Sorrow, Redgrave’s directorial debut, and Lord Dubs, Labour politician, leader in migrant policies, Member of Parliament. They will all discuss the enabling capability of art as an instrument of change in a conversation moderated by writer and journalist Elena Pita.