White Nanny, Black Kids

Dir. Andy Mundy-Castle


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Director Andy Mundy-Castle
Producers Roy Agyemang


Between 1955 and 1990 thousands of Nigerian children were fostered by white British families, in a practise known as ‘farming'. This documentary tells the story of a group of individuals that lived through that time, uncovering the true meaning of family and identity, as they piece together fragments of a broken past and questions of belonging. Love and neglect must be faced before they can truly embrace the future. This film will tell us about a moment in British history that some will never forget.