WARNING: Not suitable for younger viewers due to nature of film.
This film was produced by Year 12 students at Matravers School in Westbury, with help from students at Holbrook and Clarendon Schools. The film project was directed and mentored by Jamie McDine.
SEEME is a social history project that looks at the invisible stories within the local community in Wiltshire – in particular the stories of people of African or Caribbean origin. The project was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and supported by Wiltshire Council, Salisbury Playhouse and Wiltshire Music Centre.
This film is one of three films produced during this project and focuses upon the reactions and racism suffered by those community members living in Wiltshire.