As a maritime city with a rich history, Hull has always been a place where people have arrived and departed, with people from all different backgrounds making the city their home.

Angels

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Angels
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  • Tom Arran, Freedom Festival 2019.

As a maritime city with a rich history, Hull has always been a place where people have arrived and departed, with people from all different backgrounds making the city their home.

Angels by Laurence Payot is a powerful film that was projected onto the city’s buildings during Freedom Festival 2019. Produced by ArtReach and funded by Arts Council England, it celebrates the courage and strength of displaced people... from childhood lullabies remembered from another country to the things that make them happy in their new homes.

Refugees and asylum seekers from across the UK, including members of ‘Friends for English’ in Hull, created a series of visual and audio portraits reminding us all how we can cope with difficult situations and find strength in the things that comfort us. This week's activity invites you to watch the film and to think of acts of kindness which you could do. 

  • Film, Literary

It's a free family resource and accompanying film which encourages young people to think about acts of kindness.  

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