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This is the best thing I've heard this year about world war 1. PLEASE watch it. Listen to it. And remember, there is no way to peace, peace is the way. https://t.co/mvs1tupDIw
Great to see a selection of films challenge and reveal poignant and hidden narratives of WW1 with the launch of #CauseAndEffect and a discussion facilitated by historian @DavidOlusoga with artists such as @Lowkey0nline offering their views @RoundhouseLDN https://t.co/duCvdT06YI
Askari from Awate will sear itself deep into conscience. Great piece of work! https://t.co/Pj8AGk86tI
A pioneering American musician joins an acclaimed British filmmaker in this multifaceted work that retells the story of the man who brought jazz to Europe during wartime.
New poetic perspectives on the Caribbean experience during the war, exploring the impact on both the men who served and the families they left behind.
The female poet, musician and dancer revisits how London’s grime scene gave her a voice in this new work, which marks the centenary of UK women winning the right to vote.
Filmmaker Danny Boyle invited communities in the UK & Ireland to join him in marking 100 years since Armistice and the end of the First World War.