30 November 2019:

22/23/28/30 November 2019:

18 November 2019:

16 November 2019:


8 November 2019:

7 November 2019:

4 November 2019:

30 October 2019:

25 October 2019: 

19 October 2019:

18 October 2019:

17 October 2019:

16 October 2019:

11 October 2019:


6 October 2019:

22 September 2019:


7 September 2019:

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8 & 9 June 2019:

 

 


31 October 2018 – 17 March 2019:

 


June 2018:

Cooper Gallery, Dundee (excerpts)

International Documentary Festival Amsterdam 

Central Hall, Maryhill Glasgow

Undercover Policing and Trade Unions, (Conference), Greenwich University

The Maltings, Berwick Upon Tweed

Tyneside Cinema, Newcastle

Art House Crouch End, London

Phoenix Cinema, Leicester

Document Film Festival, CCA Glasgow

Derby Quad, Derby

Mockingbird Cinema, Birmingham

Cinema & Co, Swansea

Arnolfini, Bristol

Solidarity Scottish Premiere, Macrobert Arts Centre at 8.15pm, Central Scotland Documentary Festival. Q&A with Lucy Parker and Maria Fyfe.

Deptford Cinema, London.  Q+A with Max Dewhurst IWGB

Solidarity screening at Hedben Bridge Picture House. 1630pm. Q&A with Director, Producer and blacklisted worker George Tapp.

Solidarity London Premiere, Regent Street Cinema, Open City Docs Festival. Q&A with Lucy Parker, John Bryan (Blacklist Support Group) and ‘Andrea’ and ‘Alison’ (Police Spies Out of Lives)
Eye for Film, Sunil Chuahan, Aug 2019
Brooklyn Rail review, Matt Turner, Sept 2019

Solidarity World Premiere at Sheffield Doc/Fest
Sight and Sound Review, 21st June 2019
BFI Top Picks for 2019
Sheffield Culture Guide top picks
Cine-Vue Programme Highlights
Morning Star, Review by George Fuller, 13th June, 2019

Apologies (2016) is exhibited at MACBA, Barcelona in the exhibition In the open or in stealth – The unruly presence of an intimate future’ curated by Raqs Media Collective.
Catalogue

Blacklist included at rough cut state in Rough/Ready programme at Sheffield Doc/Fest