Clapham Film Unit: UG2LDN

Clapham Film Unit: UG2LDN
August 19, 2011 Calverts

We've just produced this A4 landscape brochure on the brilliant new Konica Minolta 8000 digital press.

UG2LDN is a documentary about people born in Uganda who have settled in London. The accounts span 50 years of domestic and political upheaval. The narrators share their experiences of travelling under the age of 21, and having to make a new life in a new country. It tells a moving story of families torn apart.

This documentary was made by Clapham Film Unit and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. There will be a documentary screening and exhibition at TYLAP, 109 Tierney Rd on September 10th at 4pm as part of series of events organized by the Free Film Festival. More information can also be found on the filmmakers' blog.

The book was printed CMYK on Revive 100 Uncoated recycled paper, and wire comb bound with black wire.

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