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Films from the Front Line

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Films from the Front Line

A selection of films as part of Bristol Radical Film Festival

The Bristol Radical Film Festival screens socially and politically engaged documentary and fiction films from around the world.

Films from the Front Line is selection of short films that highlight different issues which affect us all and that demand our action and resistance against the neoliberal assault. Films include The Battle of Denham Ford and Precarity Story


The Battle of Denham Ford

The Battle of Denham Ford tells the story of attempts by HS2 contractors to fell a tree that overhung their compound. A protest camp sits adjacent to the compound, and, hearing of the plan, the activists installed a climber in the tree.

Precarity Story

A short documentary that tells the work story of Isabel, a cleaner, hourly-paid teacher, and researcher in the same British university. Her story stands as an example of the increasing casualisation of university labour and its human consequences.

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