Breaking into the Museum

Black to yellow film

In May 2010, 15 young people from the North Kensington area in London participated in a pilot initiative focusing on heritage, curating and creative video-making - 'breaking into' the Museum of London.

Black to Yellow is one of the 15 films made. It received two United Nations Alliance of Civilization Plural+ Awards: the Roots & Routes Award and the Scalabrini International Network Award.

Other projects

  • markthursday finished

    Think. Make. Create.

    A creative digital media project focusing on emotional health and wellbeing.

  • BOC

    The Birth of Cool

  • Filming in Ladbroke Grove

    Waking the Dead

    The project uncovered the hidden histories of Kensal Green cemetery, one of London’s oldest public burial grounds.

  • yo london logo

    Yo London!

    The Yo! London showcase brings together over 80 photographs that explore the connection young people have with their London and its inhabitants.

  • QPR logo

    The Story of QPR

    Charts the history of Queens Park Rangers football club and documents the heritage of London's W12 area (trailer 2mins16, full film 60mins) 2015

  • Reprazent

    #Reprazent

    Four films challenging common perceptions of young people in Britain (35mins51, 62mins, 26mins31, 68mins) 2013

  • Doing It Right

    Doing it Right

    A short film about sexual health. 13m58. 2013.

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    Margins to Mainstream

    Tells the story of black theatre in Britain (trailer 2mins35) 2012

  • Diane

    Bridging the Gaps

    Addresses the confusion around changes to welfare and benefits in England (10mins) 2011.