London Labour Film Festival

THE WINNERS – LABOUR FILM FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL CONTEST 2017

November 27, 2017

SHORT DOCUMENTARY WINNER THEIR LAND, OUR HOME – RYAN POWELL/UK HIGHLY COMMENDED PUNK ROCK POLITICS – RIO GOLDHAMMER/UK A PIECE OF COAL – LAURA TORENBEEK/UK SHORT FICTION WINNER A DAY IN THE LIFE – CARL HUNTER/UK HIGHLY COMMENDED THE BEAST – MICHAEL WAHRMANN & SAMANTHA NELL/SOUTH AFRICAN-ZULU LES MISERABLES LADJ LY/FRANCE CIRILLO – RUBEN SEINZ/SPAIN […]

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MEET THE JUDGES – LABOUR FILM INTERNATIONAL CONTEST 2017

November 11, 2017

Ian Christie, FBA, is a British film scholar. He has written several books including studies of the works of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, Martin Scorsese and the development of cinema. He is a regular contributor to Sight & Sound magazine and a frequent broadcaster. Christie is currently Professor of Film and Media History at Birkbeck, University of London.   Cristobal Catalan is an award […]

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What does Nick Broomfield like in documentaries?

October 22, 2017

He likes them to be, “spontaneous and rough and tumble.” After more than thirty years in the field, he has become an iconic presence—standing in front of the camera with a boom in his hand, wearing earphones, and about to pursue the subject of his latest documentary—whether that be an ex-prime minister (Tracking Down Maggie), […]

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FDWA: FIGHTING MODERN SLAVERY IN THE UK

October 8, 2017

The Filipino Domestic Workers Association (FDWA) has been set up in 2013 to provide much-needed support to migrant domestic workers in the UK. They raise awareness about the abuse and exploitation of domestic workers in the country, whilst educating and informing the same about their rights. They help survivors of trafficking and urge fellow workers […]

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