LONDON — Films can have a powerful impact on the way we view the world
And, for Kate Milner, the impact of watching one film made her want to take action. After watching I, Daniel Blake — a 2016 Ken Loach film about the individual impact of social benefits cuts — Milner decided to set up a project to tackle an issue she spotted in the film.
Milner — who is a children’s book illustrator from Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire, UK — set up a social media campaign with the help of her 13-year-old son. The aim? To get people donating sanitary products to food banks for those who couldn’t afford them. Read more…