Every 2 weeks, starting this week (Thu 11th) with The Big Flame by KenLoach.. see below.
Also, we bring you a one-off *Sunday* screening, with a re-run of ‘United In Anger’ On Sunday 21st April. If you missed this emotionally intense documentary last time,we strongly recommend checking it out.
Here’s the full listing:
Thu 11th April – The Big Flame
The story of a wildcat strike which becomes an occupation of Liverpool docks by 10’000 workers. Shot in documentary style and set in a fictional ‘near future’, the film’s 1969 broadcast provoked outrage from Mary Whitehouse and the Daily Mail.
Sun 21st April – United In Anger
An inspiring and powerful film following AIDS campaign group ACT UP as it battles corporate greed and government indifference, making links with other struggles.
One-off Sunday screening; includes meal (suggested donation £3) at 6:30pm.
Thu 25th April – Queen of the Desert
A trans youth worker works with a group of curious and cheeky young indigenous people in a community in Central Australia, training them in the art of hairdressing.
Thu 9th May – Mayhem
A virus spreads through an skyscraper complex, causing office workers to act out their worst impulses.
BASE for Anarchy and Solidarity in Easton, 14 Robertson Rd, BS5 6JY
Doors 7:15pm, films start 7:30pm
Donations welcome to help fix our roof, but no-one turned away for lack of funds.