Unchosen uses the power of film to combat modern slavery. They believe that film can be a powerful tool that can explain modern slavery in ways that words cannot.
Every two years they invite national and international filmmakers to enter their Modern Slavery Film Competition, to help them highlight the issue of Modern Slavery in the UK. You can see some of the results of previous competitions here.
This year, they are focusing on child slavery in the UK. You can find out more about the film competition here. If you think film really can change things, and you’re a filmmaker with a vision, then enter the Unchosen Modern Slavery Short Film Competition. Details on how to enter the competition can be found here. You can follow all the news about the competition on their Facebook pages Unchosenfilmcompetition2016 or on Twitter @comp_film