The Spring 2019 PFP Newsletter


Hot off the press! Our latest project updates and news including:

  •  ‘Me en You, One People’, created by Future View Film Group with the support of PFP, has been out on the road in Sierra Leone, spreading the message ‘disability is not inability’.
  • Our newest team member, Screening and Distribution Manager Annatalia Mgulunde, responsible for the screening of ‘Lisilojulikana’ across Tanzania.
  • New Trustee, Kevin Waldie, the surname connection and his ‘long-standing love of Africa’.
  • The wonderful generosity of Janet Spicer’s legacy.

Plus updates on dubbing ‘Lisilojulikana’ for Malawi, upcoming events including the ever-popular book sale and another of Wilf’s incredible scavenger hunts. Read the newsletter



Bridge Day – Stocklinch
Total raised: £606

Huge thanks to everyone who joined our recent Bridge Day at Stocklinch Village Hall. We had a huge turnout – who knew there were so many Bridgers around. What’s more, between the teams and the raffle, the day raised an incredible £606! Our thanks to everyone who came along, we hope you had a fun day and enjoyed the delicious lunch too.


Picture still from film 'Me and You One People'

Saidu in ‘Me and You One People’

Film Screening & Raffle – Ilminster Film Club
Total raised: £172

Thank you to everyone who came to the screenings of ‘Me and You, One People’ and ‘I am not a Witch’ at the Ilminster Film Club last month.

We hope you enjoyed the evening, and the showing gave you some insight into the work PFP does to help young film makers like The Future View Film Group to spread the important message that disability is not inability. Our grateful thanks to the Ilminster Film Club for hosting, and to everyone that came and donated!

Quiz Night poster

Quiz Night – Horton Village Hall
Total raised: £416

The romantically themed quiz was a roaring success with over 50 people attending. It’s fair to say the questions were challenging and reports of much debate in teams received, but it was clear a good time was had by all.

Thanks must go to the organising team of Jeli, Rob and Micki for the hard work in putting on the evening and who did such a brilliant job of keeping everyone in order. Thank you all!