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We are simply addressing the noble and sacred cause of humanity and all mankind across the globe

On 8th September in London, Human Rights charity, Voice of Humanity, will be staging a charity fundraising event in aid of Amnesty International, “The Voice of Humanity Fund,” to address global atrocities against men and women and also to raise much needed funds to continue production of their Human Rights feature film, “The Voice of Humanity.”

According to the organisers spokesperson Ross Fall, the reason for hosting the event is to address the many atrocities and inhumanities being committed against innocent men, women and even children across the world, especially in Iran today.

“This is a film being made for the international cinema which will be addressing the many crimes and atrocities being committed against various minority groups in Iran, groups such as the Baha'i, Iranian Jewish and Christian communities and even Muslims, who are by no means exempt from suffering these atrocities.

“Our message to the world is by no means what so ever a political one. We do not in any way shape or form support, advocate or promote any single political group, party or entity, nor do we support or advocate any violence or acts of aggression between or against any religion, race or culture. We are simply addressing the noble and sacred cause of humanity and all mankind across the globe.”

Fall stated that the main focus is to address the country of Iran and the Middle East. “The fact of the matter is that the evils of; oppression, tyranny, racism and discrimination of the innocent knows no boundaries. These are the main points and issues which we will be addressing both in our film and also at the event,” he said.

Fall is the Director of the film and will host the event. Fall recently worked with Director Martin Scorsese on the film Hugo, and has done other film work such as the Highlander films.

Guest speakers at the event, which is being staged at The Gala Bingo Hall in Woolwich, SE London, include representatives from Amnesty International, Peace In Kurdistan (A Kurdish/Iranian women’s rights group), Shahrzad Elghanian (Author and LA Times commentator) and SW Radio Africa (Human Rights group Africa/UK).

Other guests appearing include Emmy award winner and Bafta nominee Roger Johnson who will also co-host the event. Johnson has worked with many great musicians such as Rod Stewart.

Entertainment at the Black-tie event will include The Christ Faith International Church, a multi-cultural Choir, who will sing the event’s opening song, “We are the world, we are the children.”
Other artists include London-based Jewish music group, Shir Music, who have composed and produced the music for both the film and the event, and female operatic singer, Sharon Selman, who will be singing the song, “Pre-Genach” for both film and at the event along with a host of other songs.

Co-Producer of the event is Martin Nigel Davey, who has produced many films and stage shows in aid of charity with backing from various film celebrities including, Dame Judi Dench, Sir Roger Moore and Johnny Depp.

Other guests will include those who have generously given their time and assisted in either the production of the film or the event. These include; Pinewood, Bray and Teddington film studios, Lifecast Ltd from Elstree Studios, Spot Light Studios, Secprint and Straight Ahead Sales.

Those who wish to attend the Black Tie charity fundraising event, which will run from 2pm-5pm on 8th September, should book tickets, which cost GBP (£)20, through the following link -



Notes to editors

1. If you have any queries please contact Andy Scott (07770 520484) or email:

Film Director Ross Fall will be available for interview with advance notice.

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