On 4th June 2015 we will be screening the new documentary film from Standoff Films, ‘Working Illegally’ which looks behind politicians’ rhetoric, the closed walls and barbed wire of UK border enforcement.
Tag: Video & Progressive Arts
Join us on Thursday 7th May 2015 for Isaac Julien’s short film which sets the Roach Family’s personal tragedy in the context of the political campaign around Colin’s death, and builds the case for an independent inquiry.
On Thursday 2nd April 2015 artist JaJa Soze joins us for the screening of Where Do We Go From Here? and to perform unique spoken word about the issues raised.
On Thursday 5th March 2015 we will be screening a powerful film telling the story of domestic violence in Britain’s black and ethnic minority communities and interweaves powerful testimony at the heart of the debate.
On Thursday 5th February 2015 we will be screening a film giving a unique insight into the history of the Reggae Sound System culture in the United Kingdom.
In November the Film Club blazed into action with Ken Fero’s powerful new film BURN. This important documentary has now been released free to watch online in solidarity with Ferguson.
Migrant Media has released the film ‘Burn’ online. “Collective memory is the fire that never dies. All power to the people”. In August 2011 Britain was on fire – what was the spark that led to the crisis?
In collaboration with The Drum Arts Centre; Birmingham, 4WardEver UK launched its new monthly film club in November 2014, bringing powerful independent films to Birmingham.