Our crowdfunding campaign is now closed, but we still need your help. If you’d like to make a donation, organise a screening, or help with publicity, please get in touch.
How to support us or work with us
Injustice is an independent radical documentary film. By radical we mean that it tells the story from the roots of the crisis – from those who work in, held captive by and campaign on the prison system.
We decided to make this film in response to the prison crisis, as with all the documentaries the film makers have made, we just start filming and hope that other things follow. This means we are hoping that we can gain funding to make the film and buy food to eat while we’re doing it!
We are looking to raise money from donations, applying to funders and to run a crowdfunding campaign. If you can help in any way, you can get in touch with us by using the contact page.
Help may also come in offers to help with the filming and production of the film. So if you’d like to get involved, just get in touch via the contact page and we can start the conversation!
If you want to help but can’t do either, you can still help spread the word, follow us on Twitter and talk to people about the project!
We would like to thank Penelope Gibbs, Faith Spear, Marcus and Karolina, Tommy, Gethin Jones, Active Films, Paddy Vipond, Anthony Killick, Charlotte Sexauer, Charlotte May Henry, Eoin McLennan-Murray, Dee O’Neill and Inside Film, all our generous funders, and Clear Copywriting.