The multi-racial Crossroads Women’s Centre started as a Wages for Housework Campaign squat near Euston station in 1975. This new film traces the different buildings, memories and activities of the Centre over 40 years up to its current home in Kentish Town. A much-used drop-in and community resource, it now hosts over 15 groups.
Created by young people as a training project the film includes archive photographs, a pop-up book, film clips, interviews with some of the founders and users, and more. Over a six month period Donna, Nathan, and Holly worked with Rob in learning photography, video, editing, and archiving skills, culminating in a film premiere at the Crossroads Women's Centre with a packed audience of different generations of the Crossroads community.