9to5: The Story of a Movement review
What a way to build a movement: Lucy Nichols reviews Steven Bognar and Julia Reicherts’ latest documentary
I Am Not Your Negro - film of the week
I Am Not Your Negro is an unforgettably powerful film that you must not miss, writes Dragan Plavšić.
“Life-long member of the non-pretty working classes” - All Woman review
Kathy Burke has tackled ‘beauty’ and ‘motherhood’ and next up is that big messy hot potato of ‘relationships’, writes Sofie Mason
Irish Freedom: the 1916 Easter Uprising - documentary
This two-part documentary with Chris Bambery examines the 1916 Easter Rebellion in Ireland, and how it shaped the world we live in today
Bristol film festival celebrates 40 years of radical British cinema
We spoke to Bristol Radical Film Festival organiser Steve Presence about the rare gems showcasing this year
Celebrating the Miners Strike through film: 'Miners’ Hymns' and 'DS30'
Mike Quille reviews two new films:
which is out on DVD, and a new film called
, which will be shown in Durham a few days before the Miners Gala