Night Time as Resistance Open City Documentary Festival

This talk explores parties as a form of resistance. We are taken on an immersive journey through an archive of found sound and video footage that brings to life the energy and people of reggae sound systems, queer nightlife and early 90s illegal raves. This is followed by a panel discussion that considers these using an intersectional lens, drawing parallels and reflecting on tensions between the different struggles these scenes sit within. The event asks how these forms of resistance can be used to build broader social and political movements and struggles for justice.

Presented in partnership with Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest

 

Night Time as Resistance

Saturday, September 9, 2017 - 17:30
£5

Festival Hub: Bargehouse

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