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4WardEver hosts film screening – War Matters

4WardEver hosts film screening – War Matters

War Matters chronicles 10 years of anti-war protest in the city of London through the story of Brian Haw, a veteran peace campaigner who camped in Parliament Square, London for…

Exposing the Invisible : Film Screenings

Exposing the Invisible : Film Screenings

The digital age has profoundly transformed the way people find and share information. The Internet is enabling collaboration between activists, hackers and journalists on an unprecedented scale. This has led…

Powerful drama about Chechen refugees wows Berlin fest

Powerful drama about Chechen refugees wows Berlin fest

A powerful debut feature about Chechen asylum-seekers in Europe, "Macondo", by a female director who had to leave Iran as a child drew cheers Friday at the Berlin film festival.…

Liberating media : Ken Fero

Liberating media : Ken Fero

The power of film to document stories, inspire action and agitate for change has run hand in hand with revolutionary cells, social struggles and mass movements. One of the critical…

New film from Migrant Media to be launched

New film from Migrant Media to be launched

Emotional and disturbing, ‘Po Po’ is more evidence that the IPCC are complicit in the lack of successful prosecutions of police officers for deaths in their custody. In the end,…

‘Who Polices The Police?’

‘Who Polices The Police?’

Nearly a year ago, an inquest jury at Southwark Coroner’s Court gave a damning verdict about the death of Sean Rigg in Brixton Police Station back on 21 August 2008.…

Not the Queen’s speech, Brian Haw’s

Not the Queen’s speech, Brian Haw’s

Brian Haw staged a peace protest on London's Parliament Square since June 2001 to his death in 2011, trying to change Britain's policy on Iraq. This is his Christmas message.…

Movie chronicling final hours of Oscar Grant’s life chosen for Sundance Film Festival

Movie chronicling final hours of Oscar Grant’s life chosen for Sundance Film Festival

The saga of the shooting of Oscar Grant lives on, and come January, moviegoers will be able to watch the drama unfold on screen at the annual Sundance Film Festival…