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For one night only on October 14th the UK’s first ever interactive feature film will take audiences on a moving and disturbing interactive journey that asks us to make our own decisions about the morality of war.
Premiered at the BFI London Film Festival, screened in schools and on BBC One, this new colourised film from the Oscar-winning director uses archive footage to portray the war as never before.
One of the country’s most celebrated filmmakers remembers the millions of Africans who fought as soldiers or served as porters during the war.
An immersive artwork featuring innovative video and sound installations, inspired by letters written home by soldiers during wartime.
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