Riot From Wrong


The Public Gallery: Party games for riot victims, and the ambitious Mr Pelling

Posted on December 12th, by Tom Black in Politics & Society. 4 comments

Riot From Wrong screening at Fairfield Halls attended by no Conservatives

Last week, on the same night as the rather wind-ravaged party to celebrate the new bridge at East Croydon, young filmmakers Fully Focused came to the Fairfield Halls for a showing and Q&A of their documentary, Riot From Wrong. The film, which I found to be an exceptionally well-made and thought-provoking piece of work, is reviewed in more detail here … Read More »



Riot From Wrong left me desperately seeking insight

Posted on October 10th, by Liz Sheppard-Jones in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

Liz Sheppard-Jones listened to a disappointing debate following the West Croydon screening of ‘Riot From Wrong’

As they left Croydon Voluntary Action centre, I hope some of them looked across London Road. On the other side, perhaps 50m away, is Broad Green Sure Start. Sure Start is an initiative launched in 1998 by then Chancellor of the Exchequer Brown to give children the best possible start in … Read More »



Review: Riot or Wrong?

Posted on October 1st, by Liz Sheppard-Jones in Culture. 3 comments

Liz Sheppard-Jones searches for connections at the West Croydon screening of a well-made and important film

‘Riot from Wrong’ is a film made by Fully Focussed. The showing, put on by Croydon Xpress at 4.30pm on Friday September 20th at the Croydon Voluntary Action Centre on Broad Green’s London Road was the film’s 77th screening. It’s been shown in the House of Commons, around the country … Read More »