film

The Hollywood strike that wasn’t

MK Lees offers context to the recent IATSE strike vote and potential settlement. This article was first published by Organizing Work.

Subs vs Dubs etc

Some thoughts on film criticism and economics.

A class struggle Christmas Carol - Marianne Garneau

Marianne Garneau looks at the classic story from an organizing perspective. This article was first published by Organizing Work.

Review: Film & the Anarchist Imagination by Richard Porton

Book review from Black Flag #218 1999.

Film Review: AFA on Romper Stomper

Anti-Fascist action review Romper Stomper and contrast their position with that of the Anti Nazi League. From Fighting Talk issue 6.

Representations of Catholicism in contemporary Spanish anarchist-themed film (1995–2011)

Pedro García-Guirao's essay exploring the portrayal of Catholicism in eight Spanish anarchist-themed films.

E15: The Peterloo massacre with Mike Leigh

The Peterloo massacre with Mike Leigh.

Podcast episode about the Peterloo massacre of 1819 with Mike Leigh, director of his new film, Peterloo, and Dr Jacqueline Riding, author and historical consultant on the film.

An introduction to my blog, and notes on an anarchist approach to industrial art

Still from the Spanish-made anarchist film, Nuestro culpable

A short post detailing the ethos behind my blog, and an example of me attempting to apply this ethos to a practical problem: that of collective creative art.

Picturehouse respond with violence to living wage protest

In response to a peaceful demonstration, security guards at a Picturehouse cinema assaulted protesters, called the police, and physically detained one individual for over half an hour.

Book Review: Jean Vigo

This is a review of the famous anarchist-inspired French auteur Jean Vigo.