What I Just Shot by Helen Nelder
 
Sally's Report

What I Just Shot tells the story of the ‘pictures that bleed’, the wars that produce them and the people who risk their lives to record such stories.

In turns both funny and dark, this controversial new work from writer/director Helen Nelder explores the nature of propaganda and personal integrity in the context of war, and the consequences for those caught up in the violence.

Forthcoming Performances

Tue 21st & Wed 22nd June, 2005
with Special Guest Speakers

Tue 21st: Former BBC Middle East correspondent, Tim Llewellyn,
will chair a post-show discussion.

Wed 22nd: (7:00pm): Claire Bertschinger, the courageous Red Cross nurse who featured in Michael Buerk’s famous report from famine-stricken Ethiopia in 1984, will give a pre-show talk and read extracts from her forthcoming book, Moving Mountains.

A Crawley Festival Event / Part of Refugee Week 2005
What I Just Shot is not suitable for children

 

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