Short Film Called, "What Do You See?" To Broadcast For Anti-Slavery Day

The Big Screen Portsmouth will support  Unchosen on Anti-Slavery Day 2017.

Unchosen are an anti-slavery charity who produce and share films to raise awareness of modern slavery. Anti-Slavery Day this year takes place on Wednesday, 18 October where we will be screening Unchosen's short animation called ‘What Do You See?’.

The animation is a powerful and succinct presentation of how modern slavery intercepts British everyday life, and tells the viewer how to spot the signs slavery. The film was directed by a Bafta award winning animator Sally Arthur, sound designed by Emmy-award winning Matt Coster, and voiced by Paul McGann.

For more information on the national day or to find out more about unchosen, visit: