A new series of films, created by writers and community groups, responding to the subject of human rights as part of Fly The Flag.
Inspired by Ai Weiwei’s Flag celebrating universal human rights, Writing Wrongs brings together writers including Zainab Hasan, Sabrina Mahfouz, Natasha Simone, Monsay Whitney and Alexandra Wood with school and community groups for a 6-month project to create monologues that explore what these rights mean to them personally.
The monologues are available as films, and were performed in public spaces across London during Fly The Flag Week between 24-30 June.
Scroll down to see one of the films and our How To guide explaining how you can make your own.
Writers: Zainab Hasan, Sabrina Mahfouz, Natasha Simone, Monsay Whitney, Alexandra Wood
Directors: Roberta Zuric and Leian John-Baptiste
Film Production Company: TEA Films
Design Consultant: Khadija Raza
ABOUT FLY THE FLAG:
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, artist Ai Weiwei was invited to create a flag to celebrate universal human rights.
The Donmar and other arts organisations and human rights charities participated in Fly The Flag to celebrate 70 years of the UN Decalaration of Human Rights.
Find out more: flytheflag.org.uk