Say it with pictures

BRINGING THE STORIES TO LIFE

As part of the project we made three films exploring stories of Holloway Prison. The first is a simple introduction to the stories, the second looks at the Holloway chronology and the last includes additional voices from the oral histories. The films were all made by volunteers with Islington Museum and Chocolate Films. They feature the following interviewees: Mary Connolly -Prison Cookery Teacher, Mandy Ogunmokun -Former Prisoner and Drugs Rehabilitation worker, Vicky Pryce -Former Prisoner and Economist, Simon Peters -Former Prison Officer and Maureen Mansfield -Holloway Prison Stories. They can be viewed below.

Note: these are not suitable for people under 18 and contain some distressing themes.

This film tells the story of Holloway Prison and its closure through interviews with five people connected to the prison.
COMING SOON: A Chronology of Holloway Prison
COMING SOON: The Voices of Holloway Prison

We have also worked with artists and film-makers during the project:

POSTCARDS FROM PRISON

Erika was held at Holloway Prison until its closure, and she discovered herself in Art following her arrest. She drew at least one postcard every day for the last 3 months of her 6 month bail period and throughout her whole incarceration and subsequent release. You can view her postcards on display online, which have also been turned into this short film.

WITHIN THESE WALLS

A film made by director, Rob Munday, using oral histories from the project and photographs Rob took after the prison closed.

Contains very strong language.