To create real change real actions must be taken, unfortunately thoughts and prayers far too often come too late and always after the unfolding of tragic events.
This campaign aims to deter individuals from carrying out acts of terror and promoting harmony within communities.
In 2017, after the Westminster and Borough Market terror attacks, Rizwan Wadan the director of Pixeleyed, took a step back from his career working on major films such as “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”, Disney’s “Artemis Fowl”, and Academy Award winning “The Favourite”, to create a national campaign called, “The Error in Terror”.
We will continue to hold screenings in Pubs, Mosques, Service Stations amongst other public places across the UK to help unite our communities and establish common terms.
This campaign was a finalist at the BFI Triforce film festival in 2019, in the micro shorts category as well as having an overwhelmingly positive response from those who have seen it during screening.
This could not have been achieved without the contribution, guidance and invaluable support from industry experts and the wider public.
We hope our work unifies people, and we need your support to share this message far and wide.
We ask that you share the campaign on all your social media accounts on to reach as many people as possible, making it accessible to all.
We have translated this campaign into various languages and you can request a copy of the campaign film and we will happily share the original file for you to publish across your platforms.
The message of the campaign should speak for itself; therefore, the campaign is not linked to any charitable organisations or fundraisers. There are no strings attached to this campaign, this message is as much yours as it is ours.
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