PROJECTILE FESTIVAL OF ANARCHIST FILM

March 23, 2007 at 10:31 am Leave a comment

PRESS CONTACT: info@projectile.org.uk

THIRD ANNUAL PROJECTILE FESTIVAL OF ANARCHIST FILM, CULTURE AND IDEAS

For three days in May, Projectile will be exploring both contemporary and historical anarchism in its cultural, political and artistic forms.

Now we are three, and Projectile just keeps growing.
This year’s line-up of films, talks, discussions, spoken words and music runs the gamut, from historical (“Sacco and Vanzetti”) to contemporary (“’I’ the film”), from Hollywood-style (“This Revolution”) to low fi (“There Is No Authority But Yourself”). We have films from the UK, the US, Argentina, Brazil, Italy and Korea. We have engaging speakers who will bring an anarchist perspective to topics ranging from love to class war. And on Saturday night, we have a great lineup of provocative sounds and words, headlined by the Sex Patels (bringing you all your punk favourites done Bollywood stylee). Please join us, whether it’s for the whole weekend, a day of films, or just the rocking Saturday event.

Projectile 2007 will take place May 18-20 at the Star and Shadow Cinema (www.starandshadow.org.uk) in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. This all-volunteer community space has a fantastic cinema and friendly bar, and is fully wheelchair-accessible. Vegetarian food and snacks will be on offer. Weekend passes will go on sale soon at £25 for the full three days (£10 unwaged). Entrance to individual films is £4 (£3.50
unwaged) and it’s £5 for just the Saturday night show.
As always, entrance to individual talks is free, as are all parts of the event for asylum seekers.

Please see the attached PDF file for details of the films and the schedule for each day. Any questions?
Check our Web site at http://www.projectile.co.uk, or just email us!

The Projectile Collective

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