Humanitarian Projects

Amity raises the profile of issues affecting marginal groups within the humanitarian sector. We've worked extensively in the Middle-East covering stories on post-conflict Libya. We also work in collaboration with aid groups like the Calais Jungle Boxing Club set-up to help refugees maintain well-being through exercise. Most recently we produced a series of campaign videos to support the Kurdish referendum in Iraq.

Turkmen Kirkuk Security Stories

We share the voices of marginal groups to build insight and encourage discussion.

We worked alongside the Kurdish vote for independence during the run-up to the local elections. These films focus on minority groups experiences living close to ISIS territory and the Peshmerga’s role within this political landscape.

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Calais Jungle Boxing Club

Amity works alongside grass roots initiatives to raise their profile, assist in funding and develop fresh narratives.

The Calais Jungle Boxing Club was set-up to aid the well-being of camp residents. Amity spent time documenting this initiative during the run-up to the eviction of the camp. The film is currently touring film festivals.

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Arab Kirkuk Security Stories

We share the voices of marginal groups to build insight and encourage discussion.

We worked alongside the Kurdish vote for independence during the run-up to the local elections. These films focuse on minority groups experiences living close to ISIS territory and the Peshmerga’s role within this political landscape.

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To discuss a project, contact us for a friendly chat
info@amityfilms.co

Amity brings a keen and human eye to the projects they works on. They fuse an artists eye with intimate and humane story-telling skills. During their work for This is Rubbish Amity made an excellent film, working with farmers around the UK, and captured the antagonism at play within their sector; the reality of growing food to be thrown away. Their work is real, honest and personable.

Caitlin Shepherd
Founder
This is Rubbish