Research shows that first and second generation immigrants are more likely to feel a sense of pressure to over achieve. For my documentary I set out to see if people who have immigrated felt this was accurate and to see how their personal experiences have affected them.
A short ‘documentary’ on what memes are, answering the question ‘What is the perfect meme?
The documentary looks at the history of the HM Royal Marines Band Service as well as how young people can become involved and perhaps progress to military band services.
This is a documentary on different multicultural foods and the impact they have on British cuisine and culture. We are using food as a tool to explain cultural synergy, how cultures come together and to highlight the importance of respecting and accepting others.
As an autistic filmmaker, I wanted to create a film detailing our everyday lived-in experiences, sensory and communication needs. I wanted to include the positives, such as our creativity and our ability to think outside the box and see things in a different way.
A documentary about the immigration to the UK of a Kosovan couple. They tell their story, from life in Kosovo to settling in the UK and adapting to a new culture and language in the hope of raising their children in peace.
A look into the impact that music can have on us as we grow up and how this can be shaped by the environments we grow up in and the music we are exposed to.
A documentary about the appreciation and appropriation of black hair. It discusses how people feel black hair is treated through society, the stresses of maintaining it and the unfair biases of it.