Rainbow Collective and TRAID Present: Platform For Film

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Platform For Film is back! Join us on Sunday 27th November for 'Fashion Exposed', where we are very proud to be working alongside fashion reuse and international development heroes TRAID and groundbreaking documentary makers Rainbow Collective to bring you a very special day and evening of film & discussion all around consumption, textile production and conditions for garment workers. 

We'll be screening the short films made by garment workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, documenting the living and working conditions they endure making clothes for our high streets. Funded by TRAID and mentored by Rainbow Collective, these films offer crucial insight into the lives of garment workers.

The space at Platform will also become a temporary exhibition by Rainbow Collective of photography from this film project, called the 'Citizen Journalist' project. 

This will be the final day of TRAID's #secondhandfirstweek, (check it out 👉👉 http://www.traid.org.uk/secondhandfirst-week-2016/) so please bring along your unwanted clothes for the clothes bank and their pledge to commit to sourcing second-hand clothes rather than buying new! 👚👕👗👠👘

Free entry, BYOB, snacks provided. Join the conversation about sustainable fashion. 

For more information check out the facebook page here.

Rainbow Collective:

Rainbow Collective is a unique production company formed as a social enterprise and committed to raising awareness on issues of human and childrens' rights through powerful cinematic documentaries and have collaborated with Amnesty International, The Consortium For Street Children, War On Want, TRAID, Labour Behind The Label, International Labor Rights Forum and many others.

TRAID:

TRAID is a charity working to stop clothes from being thrown away. We turn clothes waste into funds and resources to reduce the environmental and social impacts of our clothes. #Secondhandfirst Week, 21 – 27 November 2016 is an annual event celebrating the power of second-hand to change the world by reusing the resources we already have. 

Platform For Film: Brainchild curates a Sunday of films every month at Platform Southwark. Bringing you documentaries, short films & feautres beloved by different artists + organisations from the Brainchild networks.

 

WHEN
November 27, 2016 at 6pm - 9pm
WHERE
Platform Southwark
1 Joan St
London SE1 8BS
United Kingdom
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