Thursday, 7 July 2016

Friday - Spanish Revolution - 80 years

Friday 8 July
What is Anarchism?

Wander in to 17 Tory St at lunchtime:
join a discussion about what anarchism is or come in at after work for the film 'Living Utopia'. 

6.30pm - film screening: Living Utopia

Be inspired by people who lived and worked and showed a different world possible not dominated by capitalism. Living Utopia is a documentary consisting of interviews and talks with 30 anarchist survivors of the Spanish revolution. It includes workers involved in the collectives and members of Free Women of Spain - a truly up-lifting and inspiring way to spend a cold Friday night.

The full programme for the Spanish Revolution Exhibition is:

Friday, 8 July

-Open all day
  • 12.30 - 1.30pm: lunchtime discussion ‘What is Anarchism?'
  • 6.30pm: film screening ‘Living Utopia’, followed by cerveza y patatas

Saturday, 9 July

-Open from 10am-

  • 1-2pm: Mujeres Libres - film screening ‘Toda la Vida’ followed by discussion

  • 7pm: movie screening ‘La Lengua de las Mariposas (Tongue of the Butterfly)’

Sunday, 10 July

Open all day from 10am
  • 4pm: Mark Derby will talk about New Zealanders who went to Spain. Mark’s the author of ‘Kiwi Compañeros: New Zealand and the Spanish Civil War’ and ‘Petals and Bullets. Dorothy Morris: New Zealand Nurse in the Spanish Civil War.’

  • Mark’s talk will be followed by a screening of Ken Loach’s ‘Land and Freedom’.

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