Film screenings

Film screenings (free) will run from 11am-1pm in Room 3.

Helen Steel on undercover policing – Reel News
26 mins
Helen Steel (Police Spies out of Lives) speaking at “Undercover policing, democracy and human rights” meeting at the University of Manchester School of Law, April 2016

Tom Robinson sings Glad to be Gay to Theresa May – Reel News
8 mins
40 years ago, Tom Robinson performed “Glad to be Gay” for the first time. It was banned by the BBC at the time. Now, Tom goes to Downing Street with friends to sing it to the homophobic Theresa May.

Veterans For Peace mark last year’s Remembrance Sunday – Reel News
7 mins
The biggest Veterans for Peace contingent ever marches to the Cenotaph on Remembrance Day, wearing hoodies bearing the Harry Patch quote, “War is organised murder”, and carrying a banner saying “Never Again”.

Paris: Nuit Debout Global Day of Action – Reel News
8 mins
Thousands occupied Paris’s Place de la Republique for Nuit Debout’s global day of action. Similar occupations happened daily in town squares across France, as people from all cultures and classes met to debate, discuss and practise real democracy.

Hot on the Wire
1 hour approx
A periscope into a subterranean counter-cultural community featuring alternative current affairs, performance art and live music kicking back against the suppression of ideas and dumbed down television, performed at a secret studio below the city.

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For details of film screenings, stalls and meetings/workshops in previous years, see Archive.