This week saw the release of the film @iamjudahfilm directed by Bashart Malik.
Millions saw Ras Judah’s brutal tasering but he is still seeking justice. This film will ensure that his story cannot be ignored or forgotten and will be one of the most important films of our generation. It premiered at the Encounters Film festival on 1st October and on 5th October it was shown at the @cubemicroplex in Bristol. After the screening there was a Q&A panel discussion with Lee Lawrence, the son of Cherry Groce, whose shooting by the police sparked the Broadwater Farm riots in Tottenham in 1985, Bristol poet and educator @lawrencehoo social entrepreneur Dean Okai Snr and former Lord Mayor of Bristol, Cleo Lake.