8th November 2018
Bloodsugar film short listed down to the final six at Bafta
The Blood Sugar film sparked important conversations and brought the Slave Trade Legacies family closer together. The biggest achievement of all is that the Blood Sugar film is now permanently shown at Newstead Abbey. Visitors of Newstead Abbey will now be able to make the connection between the heritage site and the slave trade, recognising the contributions of our ancestors.
We are incredibly proud of film maker Shawn-Naphtali Sobers, and artists Kim Thompson and Mizhyelle Poet and the Slave Trade Legacies family for their work on the film.
Another big thank you to Susanne Seymour for nominating the work and our volunteers for the award.