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Eelyn Lee and a group of young writers from Sheffield go on a quest to find out the meaning of Britishness. This film explores issues of identity, race and belonging through poetry, interviews and discussions with Magid Magid, during his tenure as Lord Major of Sheffield; writer Désirée Reynolds; England footballer Kyle Walker and Sheffield’s Poet Laureate Otis Mensah amongst others.
Screening includes a spoken word event in the bar, TBC.
Britishness was commissioned by FURD (Football Unites, Racism Divides)
- Eelyn Lee
- 60 minutes
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