A special double bill exploring Glasgow’s long-term relationship with grassroots activism. Hosted by Cinema Up Collective, in the flat of a local artist and activist, the screening hopes to rekindle Glasgow’s radical past and inspire future action. Special guests director Fran Higson(United We Will Swim… Again) and activists from Pollok Free State.
Given To The People
About the Pollok Free State protest against the building of the M77 motorway in 1990s.
United We Will Swim … Again
About the grassroots community organisation to stop the closure of Govanhill Baths in 2001.
Radical Home Cinema is an experimental programming and exhibition event where film lovers invite you to watch films in their homes.
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