Oliver Perry, decided to interviews British Pakistan students at Luton Sixth Form College, to find out if they different from other students including himself.
The Luton community has faced negative publicity and concerns about community cohesion, due to confrontational, provocative protests from the extremist English Defence League and the Al-Muhajiroun fascist group. Oliver Perry, a media student, conducted interviews with fellow students at Luton Sixth Form College to hear their thoughts on these confrontations and how it is affecting young people and communities in the area.
Producer: Luton 6th form college
Production team: Phil Dickson-Earle, Oliver Perry, Chris Wyatt, Vincent Forsyth, Reece Cray, Patrick Frath Loughlin, Haydn Talbot, Rachel Kyle, Emil Wostaszek and Grant Rebecca.
This film has come out of a series of workshops that students from Luton 6th form college attended, organised by Shazia Ali Webber, held at Rich Mix London. With thanks to Rich Mix and students and staff at Luton 6th Form college Production team.
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