No Extradition

Lenght: 35 mins
Language: English and Spanish
Year: 2020
NO EXTRADITION follows John Shipton, the father of journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, in his efforts to prevent his son from being extradited to the United States and secure his release from a maximum-security prison in London. The US is seeking to extradite Assange for releasing declassified US government material which exposed US war. If convicted of all the charges against him he could face a 175 years prison sentence.

Filmed over more than a year and a half, the films also features the voices of some of Assange’s high-profile supporters, as well as other individuals and grassroots groups campaigning for his release.

Featuring Julian Assange’s father John Shipton plus Nils Melzer (UN Special Rapporteur on Torture), M.I.A, John Pilger, Lowkey, Lisa Longstaff (Women Against Rape) and others
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Simón Díaz-Cuffin, Pablo Navarrete and Ben Holt
Associate Producer
Simón Díaz-Cuffin
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John Shipton (Julian Assange’s father), Nils Melzer (UN Special Rapporteur on Torture), M.I.A, John Pilger, Lowkey, Lisa Longstaff (Women Against Rape) and others
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No Extradition
Nuestro documental No Extradición: El Padre de Julian Assange y La Lucha por la Libertad de su Hijo se presentará
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A clip from our documentary No Extradition features UK/Iraqi hip hop artist and journalist Lowkey. The film is directed by
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Listen to the Q&A that too place after a screening of our documentary No Extradition at the University of Sheffield
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Endorsements

“Pablo Navarrete’s outstanding film No Extradition could be titled, ‘No Pasaran!’ It has the same principled defiance and reflects the refusal of Julian Assange to comply with his persecutors and be broken by them.”
John Pilger
Journalist & documentary filmmaker
"Without artifice this poignant piece of direct cinema points to both the horror and injustice faced by whistle-blower, Julian Assange as well as the heroism of his unassuming father and all those who in the face of years of USA sponsored persecution, continue to stand vigil for the values of free speech and democracy"
Anand Patwardhan
Documentary filmmaker
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