Part of the Between the Storeys project: a poetry film series exploring regeneration in central London with voices from the local communies.

Imtiaz Dharker, Poet; Roxanne Black, Medieval Character; Catherine Moloney, Customer Service Supervisor, Farringdon and Barbican Stations; Don Walker, Senior Human Osteologist, MOLA (Museum of London Archeology); Andy Scholes, Site Manager, Farringdon Station, Crossrail

Producers: Jasmine White, Victoria Bastable; Director: Charlotte Ginsborg; Director of Photography: Tania Freimuth; Camera Assistant: Henry Worsley; Sound Recordist: Louis Innis; Production Assistant: Lara Costello; Runners: Rakaya Fetuga, Ariel Silverman, Leon Pavlides; Sound Designer: Jonny Platt; Editor: Charlotte Ginsborg; Colourist: Myles Bevan

Imtiaz Dharker is a poet, artist and documentary film-maker. She lives in Barbican and has written extensively about the City of London and identity politics and has a strong interest in heritage and place. Dharker’s work is on the British GCSE and A Level syllabus and she is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

Poet in the City is one of the UK’s leading poetry organisations. Their mission is to bring poets and communities closer together. They do this through producing large-scale multi-disciplinary events and projects that use poetry to animate moments of cultural and social change, platform marginalised voices and create dramatic poetry experiences in arts venues and everyday spaces.

Culture Mile is a new home for contemporary culture in the ancient heart of London’s working capital. The City of London Corporation, together with the Barbican, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London Symphony Orchestra and the Museum of London, are bringing the area to life with imaginative collaborations and exciting events.