Studio 2: Mutiny

Film with Q&A

Tony T presents his documentary 'Mutiny' which looks at the British Caribbean experience of the First World War and its legacies, as revealed by the last surviving veterans of the British West Indies Regiment. The film is formed of archival materials, drama reconstructions and eye-witness and expert interviews shot in Jamaica, Cuba, Guyana, Barbados, St. Lucia, Italy and the UK. (50 minutes) Tony T of Sweet Patootee (who conceived, researched, wrote and produced the film) and Julian Putkowski […]

Studio 2: War School

Film with Q&A

War School Mic Dixon (Director), with Aly Renwick (Veteran’s for Peace), presents his film War School about the battle for the hearts and minds of Britain’s children (82 minutes). Set against the backdrop of Remembrance the controversial and challenging documentary reveals how, faced with unprecedented opposition to its wars, the British government is using a series of new and targeted strategies to promote support for the military. Armed Forces Day, Uniform to Work Day, Camo Day, National […]

Studio 2: Making It Home

Film and photographic exhibition

Making It Home Mark Rhead presents his film 'Making it Home' (67 minutes) and a photographic exhibition made in partnership with the Bellanaleck Local History Group. Making it Home is the story of eleven ex-servicemen who returned from the Great War to live and farm on Cleenish Island in Upper Lough Erne, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. A small exhibition of photographs of these ‘homes for heroes’ accompanies this screening. Mark Rhead will be at the screening to speak about the film, his […]

Film showing: The White Ribbon

Dir. Michael Haneke

  This film showing kicks off a series of events this year from the Remembering the Real World War One group looking at WW1 from a German historical perspective. Film Summary: In the run-up to the outbreak of WW1 in August 1914, the peace and quiet of a small Prussian village is upset by a series of disturbing events that seem to involve local children. As the villagers vacillate between exposing and concealing the perpetrators of the crimes, the wider question of culpability becomes […]

Sir No Sir

Monday 2nd March 2009 8pm @ Cube Cinema, Stokes Croft, Bristol. Bristol Indymedia Film Night: Sir! No Sir! Introduced by Bristol Radical History Group Entry £3/£4 (but nobody refused entry for a lack of funds.) "Super Troopers: A Vietnam War doc with powerful contemporary parallels" - Bill Gallo, The Village Voice Mass desertions! Demonstrations! Refusal to go into battle! Antiwar Newspapers! If you thought that resistance to war came from activist groups, social movements and campaigns then […]

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