Jump Cuts Film Festival 2021: WINNER ‘Digging Deep’ Best Documentary
“Absolutely delighted to inform you that Digging Deep has WON Best Documentary! Really fantastically well put together, great interviews and very informative. I have family who used to be miners in the West Midlands. Well done to all involved. Keep creating!” Aidey Pugh, Jump Cuts Film Festival . A video of 2021 winners can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVbxbP2QxBQ and visit their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/jumpcutsfilmfestival
National Coal Mining Museum Yorkshire -Touring Exhibition:Digging Deep Miners of African Caribbean HeritageNational Coal Mining Museum Yorkshire -Touring Exhibition:Digging Deep Miners of African Caribbean Heritage
Digging Deep Miners of African Caribbean Heritage at the National Coal Mining Museum, Wakefield Yorkshire.
From 21st September 2019 – 8th March 2020
West Yorkshire, UK
Tel 01924 848806
More information and bookings (free event) also via: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/exhibition-digging-deep-coal-miners-of-african-caribbean-heritage-tickets-74666801413?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Migrants and Minorities in British Coalmining
Nottingham Trent University Conference 2019
11th July 2019, 10.30am-4pm
Woodhorn Museum Digging Deep Exhibition promotional film
Cast Cinema Doncaster Film Screening: Digging Deep documentary, 17th October 2020
Want to see two pioneering documentary films that helped to document the experiences for British Black miners? Then book your seat at Cast Cinema Doncaster, Saturday 17th October 2020, 2.15pm for the double bill screening of Skin & Coal directed by Claudine Booth and channel 4 production first shown in 1987 and Digging Deep directed by Norma Gregory first shown in 2019. Light refreshments provided. Screening achieved in collaboration with Tim Brown and the Doncaster African Caribbean Group and Deborah Rees Cast Cinema.