Patricia Clarkson is an American actress who has won two Emmy awards for Outstanding Guest Actress in the TV series Six Feet Under. She has also starred in films including The Green Mile, Shutter Island and Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Patricia supports our campaign to clean up the Niger Delta.
Photographer: Matt Holyoak
Jeremy Irons is a British actor who has starred in films including The Man in the Iron Mask, Die Hard 3, The Lion King and The Merchant of Venice. Jeremy supports our campaign to end the death penalty.
Photographer: Leo Cackett
Omotola Jalade Ekeinde is a leading Nigerian ‘Nollywood’ actress and singer, with a huge fan base across Africa and the Caribbean. Omotola launched Amnesty International’s maternal mortality campaign in Sierra Leone and supports our campaign for freedom of expression.
Photographer: Leo Cackett
Jefferson Hack is a publisher and co-founder of Dazed and Confused magazine, covering British music, art, fashion and film, as well as Dazed Digital and Dazed Film & TV. Jefferson supports our campaign for freedom of expression.
Photographer: Jake Gavin
Patrick Stewart is a film, TV and stage actor, widely known for his roles in Star Trek: The Next Generation and the X-Men film series. Patrick actively supported Amnesty International’s campaign to Stop Violence Against Women and also supports our campaign to defend rights for women and girls in Nicaragua.
Hear Patrick talk about violence against women here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPzVUGE3dds
Alice Eve is a British actress with roles in She’s Out of My League and Sex and the City 2. She also starred in The Decoy Bride alongside David Tennant. Alice supports our campaign to end the death penalty.
Aftermath is a play based on interviews with 37 Iraqi displaced civilians. It brings to life the realities of war, its victims and a conflict which has displaced over four million Iraqis.
Amnesty International has partnered with AFTERMATH on its worldwide tour.
Click here to watch a short video about the production.
We are working with Channel 4’s BRITDOC Foundation to give our human rights work more impact. Our first joint event took place at the Good Pitch at the Ford Foundation, New York, in May 2011. It brought together filmmakers, organizations, foundations, philanthropists, brands and media around leading social issues.
Every year thousands of migrants are kidnapped, raped and murdered in Mexico on their way to the USA. Mexican actor Gael García Bernal, film maker Marc Silver and Amnesty International created The Invisibles – four short films uncovering the reality behind one of the most dangerous journeys in the world.
Find out more here: http://www.amnesty.org/en/theinvisibles