Actress Vanessa Redgrave has directed her first film at the age of 80 - saying she had been moved to do something about the refugee crisis.
In particular, she says the harrowing image of the lifeless body of three-year-old Alan Kurdi washed up on a Turkish beach two years ago had haunted her.
Her new film, Sea Sorrow, also takes aim at the British government for its response.
- Video report by ITV News correspondent Paul Davies:
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