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Films For Food: BELONGING
Films For Food returns with a screening of the critically acclaimed documentary ‘Belonging: The Truth Behind the Headlines‘
Belonging: The Truth Behind the Headlines is an investigative feature documentary film about where power lies in the UK. Re-looking at events around 3 industrial disputes, 3 governments and over 3 decades we show the impact of government and corporate power on democracy and human rights in the UK. In this film there are many reveals – not least a secret government plan to destroy community and collectivism. The documents we have found prove what has long been suspected by many but not proven – until now.
Through heart rendering personal stories from those at the centre of these industrial disputes we show the impact of the actions of those in power on individuals and communities – but also question what lies ahead. Power: “who has it, and what do they do with it” is as relevant today as it ever was.
WINNER: Constuir Cine Special Jury Prize: The London Labour International Film Festival
WINNER Best Documentary: Cardiff International Film Festival
Shortlist: Best National Film: The London Labour International Film Festival
Official Selection: The Wirral international Film Festival
Official Selection: CSDocuFest (Stirling, Scotland)
Official Selection, Market: Social World Film Festival (Italy)
Official Selection: Constuir Cine, Argentina: International Documentary (May 2018)
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.
There is no charge for admission but you must bring a bag of non-perishable food which will get donated to First Love Foundation (Tower Hamlets Food Bank).
Between 2014 – 2017, there has been a 51% increase in people using food banks across the UK. In response, Rainbow Collective set up Films For Food, a scheme that addresses the fact that there are now over 1 million people using food banks.
Films for Food gives film lovers the opportunity to watch brilliant films and do good for our communities. Each month at Hub67 we screen another leading film, often followed by a Q&A with the directors, and ask people to bring along a bag of non-perishable food for entry. Food is donated to First Love Foundation in Tower Hamlets.
Items needed this month:
- Rice – 500g
- Tinned Ham
- Washing-up Liquid
- Washing Powder (small/medium size boxes)
Items NOT needed at the moment:
- Baked beans
- Fizzy drinks
- Baby food
- Tampons/Sanitary Towels
- Shampoo/Shower Gel