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Due to on-going dispute at Picturehouse with the union BECTU, it has become necessary to cancel our events in LIVERPOOL at Picturehouse FACT scheduled for this week and next. We have been aware of the London issue with the CINEWORLD CHAIN for some time and have intentionally avoided Picturehouse Cinemas, however, it has now become […]

Read More 7 Days in January

Working with the BFI and Home Manchester for a screening of this film, we remember 40 years since the massacre of Atocha, when 5 left wing lawyers were killed by neo-fascists. Q&A historian Paul Preston.  Get tickets.

Read More BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN

Militant sailors of the ship Potemkin foreshadow the Bolshevik Revolution by mutinying against their officers. Join us for this and to remember one hundred years since the Great October Socialist Revolution of 1917. BOOK TICKETS

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This contest is now open for entries. Contest closes on the 20th October 2017. The Labour Film Festival International Contest 2017’s main objective is to promote creativity and support the production of audiovisual works whose content is about the world of work and the workers. Workers are of special interest, alongside the social context of their […]

Read More Mining Poems or Odes

Robert Fullerton is a force. Welder turned poet or poet turned welder, it doesn’t much matter in this evocation of his life and philosophy, his poems and the books that helped make him a mesmerizing face of his art. “There she sits, majestic / He stands by engineering” begins his first poem in the film, […]

Read More I, Daniel Blake

With a directing history of more than fifty films, it is difficult to even begin to acknowledge Ken Loach’s contribution to the working and oppressed classes. His latest film, ‘I, Daniel Blake’,