At a protest, a sign reads 'Police Who Kill Should be Prosecuted'. A woman stands by the sign.

Ultraviolence (15)

Film
Director: Ken Fero

Part of Screening Rights Film Festival 2021
UK - English (2020)
Date
Sunday 28 November 2021 1:30pm
Venue
Screen Three
Need to know

Tickets:

  • Peak Screenings (after 6pm) £10.50. Concessions £9
  • Off-Peak Screenings (before 6pm) £9. Concessions £8
  • Opening Season Offer: Under 26s £5 all screenings until 31 Dec 2021

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    Duration:

    1.30pm - pre-recorded introduction / 1.35pm - film starts (75m) / 2.50pm - event ends

    Recommended Age:
    15 for images of real dead bodies, injury detail, racism, very strong language

    This documentary charts the struggles for justice by the families of people that have died in police custody.  

    They ask why society ignores human rights abuses by agents of the state. This reflection on resistance is poignant and political, capturing the brutality and trauma as well as the unrelenting fightback of those who will not be silent about  state violence.