Oct 252015
 

Sikh Migration, ‘Community &¬†Culture’¬†– one of four films from the Selie Suffolk series.

Selie Suffolk – from the Anglo-Saxon word for ‘Sacred’, and alluding to Suffolk’s many churches – this series of films tracks the history of Suffolk’s many diverse communities from Anglo-Saxon to present day, in order to share and celebrate the heritage. The project developed the skills of women from migrant communities, helping them to, gather material, create 4 films on 4 waves of migration and visit archaeological collections, sites and museums around the county.

Oct 252015
 

Caribbean Migration, An Interview with Hamil Clarke MBE – one of four films from the Selie Suffolk series.

Selie Suffolk – from the Anglo-Saxon word for ‘Sacred’, and alluding to Suffolk’s many churches – this series of films tracks the history of Suffolk’s many diverse communities from Anglo-Saxon to present day, in order to share and celebrate the heritage. The project developed the skills of women from migrant communities, helping them to, gather material, create 4 films on 4 waves of migration and visit archaeological collections, sites and museums around the county.

Oct 252015
 

Bequest & Identity – one of four films from the Selie Suffolk series.

Selie Suffolk – from the Anglo-Saxon word for ‘Sacred’, and alluding to Suffolk’s many churches – this series of films tracks the history of Suffolk’s many diverse communities from Anglo-Saxon to present day, in order to share and celebrate the heritage. The project developed the skills of women from migrant communities, helping them to, gather material, create 4 films on 4 waves of migration and visit archaeological collections, sites and museums around the county.

Oct 252015
 

Migration Works – one of four films from the Selie Suffolk series.

Selie Suffolk – from the Anglo-Saxon word for ‘Sacred’, and alluding to Suffolk’s many churches – this series of films tracks the history of Suffolk’s many diverse communities from Anglo-Saxon to present day, in order to share and celebrate the heritage. The project developed the skills of women from migrant communities, helping them to, gather material, create 4 films on 4 waves of migration and visit archaeological collections, sites and museums around the county.

Oct 252015
 

West Stow Film Shoot

Oct 252015
 

In this issue the Black Forum shares an update on their new magazine, AMARI, A view of the popular show My Super Sweet 16, The Art of Rap, and we highlight the art of The Written Word: Poetry!

Oct 252015
 

The VxM project’s randomly appearing magazine for young people of Ipswich and Suffolk. In this issue read about Government trickeries behind Global Warming, The Misadventures of North Korea and our cover story on The EDL.

Oct 252015
 

In this issue read about the Sorry Project, life after leaving school and how gangs become a security and social issue in Central America.

Oct 252015
 


VxM joint UK / Belgium magazine, looking at the paranormal and strange in and around Ipswich, Suffolk

Oct 252015
 

Stephen has his hands in many creative pies; writing scripts for radio, a novel, and writing and drawing comics, as well as designing computer games. Currently, Stephen is focused on writing and developing an online sketch show called ‘Flicks’ on YouTube. Stephen has always admired and been influenced by the work of Douglas Adams and Monty Python, although he has a style that is uniquely his own.