United We Will Swim….Again
Cronistas / Radical Praxis Prodcutions / Director Sam Stoker
An interrogation of race, power and justice in the contemporary United States, focuses on the death of 26-year-old Lovelle Mixon and the factors that led him to kill four Oakland police officers before losing his life in
the deadliest confrontation in Bay Area law enforcement history.
Completing the Horror Cuts trilogy, Jack Brindelli explores the political implications of possession and witch films, and examines just how deep Hollywood’s fear of empowered women goes.
Irwell Valley Mining Project
The last pit in the valley is about Agecroft Colliery in Salford, which was situated in the Irwell Valley. When it closed in 1990 it brought to an end 200 years of Coal mining in the area. Produced as part of the Irwell Valley Mining Project. which received Heritage Lottery Funding
A protest against outsourcing in John Lewis
9 mins UK
An interview with Kai, who locked on to a lorry at Crawberry Hill Protection Camp in East Yorkshire. What really went on during the 6hrs he was locked on?
26 mins Scotland
United We Will Swim… Again tells the incredible story of a community’s fight to save their pool and bring it back to life. It’s one of Glasgow’s famous political stories and is brought to life in this inspiring documentary. With original footage from the protest and interviews with the key activists involved, the film aims to inspire and motivate community engagement and action in the hope that ordinary people will assert their power and challenge short sighted local government decisions.
A re-showing of the 1954 film Salt of the
Earth recalls the struggle to get the film into cinemas in North America
and rekindles the spirit of resistance in a small town in rural British