Rebel Cinema's all day film festival seeks to highlight the struggles of people in communities like Deptford and beyond, examining the resistance and spirit of those around the world who dare to fight back!
With director's Q&A sessions and short films, the day is packed with interesting and enlightening films to open your mind.
Tickets are just £5 on the door or in advance, with proceeds going to Deptford Cinema and the organisers Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! radical left wing newspaper established in 1979 (see http://www.revolutionarycommunist.org/gallery1/1490-25-years-old-frfi)
02:00pm – CONDITION OF THE WORKING CLASS (2012)
Working class people come together to create a theatrical show based on their own experiences and Engels’ classic 1844 book.
04:30pm – SHORTS + Q&A SESSION WITH INSIDE FILM
Two & Two (Babak Anvari), Inside Film, Viva Venezuela (2012), Squatters (1968), Reel News.
06:30pm – THE WAR YOU DON'T SEE (2011), 1hr 36mb (Plus Q+A)
Q+A session TBC - a talk and intro on British wars in the Middle East with Q&A/discussion session.
09:00pm – SLEAFORD MODS – INVISIBLE BRITAIN (2015)
Uncompromising British band articulate the rage and desperation of those without a voice in austerity Britain.
11:00pm – UDITA (ARISE) (2010)
Engrossing biography of resistance against repression, 5 years in the lives of women workers leading Bangladeshi garment workers' struggle.