At the end of the WWD programme, the crew organised an anniversary event at Passing Couds in Dalston, marking one year since the outbreak of the youth rits. The event was an opportunity to express their opinions using art instead of violence. Many people turned up at the event, including Lean Fearon, who had risen […]

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A film made by the What We’ve Done Crew on how community policing towards youth could be better – it takes police and youth to make this happen

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What We’ve Done hooked up with BBC1Xtra to interview the stars of their live broadcast sessions at The Hackney Picturehouse. As part of a deeper analysis into why the 2011 riots kicked of, WWD asked various celebrities their views on police stop and search. Adam Deacon is a well known and well loved actor, perhaps […]

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Following on from a series begun during the first Riots programme in 2011, the WWD team creat a situation where the main characer faces a dillema. He can either break the law for a quick gain or lose something he wants. This theme discusses what opportunities are out there for youth and what motivates the […]

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This tutorial shows you how to upload your film to Youtube

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What We’ve Done hooked up with BBC1Xtra to interview the stars of their live broadcast sessions at The Hackney Picturehouse. As part of a deeper analysis into why the 2011 riots kicked of, WWD asked various celebrities their views on police stop and search. Jamie Howard and Jason Lewis are well-known comedians on the circuit. […]

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This intro by Tanguy Viaud explains the campaign behind stop and search stories and encourages young people to contribute their own accounts of being stopped and searched. Unfortunately the website no longer exists but this intro is as compelling as it ever was

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Missiles were being put on top of the Fred Wigg residential tower as part of the Government Trident programme. In this report made by Ben Fairbrother, residents tell us how they feel about this.

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The teaser to the series, Stopped & Search, which featured interviews from celebrities on the subject of police stop and search. This was part of a project analysing the causes of the 2011 youth riots in Britain, during which the young filmmakers identified stop and search as a major contributing factor.

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