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Class Struggle – Film From The Clyde
A documentary made with shipyard workers during the occupation and work-in at the Upper Clyde Shipbuilders from July 1971 to October 1972.
A film made up mainly of graphics and animation in support of the call by Merseyside GEC shop stewards for factory occupations as a response to GEC’s closure and redundancy proposals.
not a penny on the rent
A campaign film against Greater London Council attempts to raise council rents.
so that you can live
So That You Can Live is a documentary filmed over five years showing the impact on one family in a South Wales valley community of developments in the national and global political economy which result in local pit and factory closures.
A campaign film supporting squatters in various London boroughs resisting eviction by private landlords and the Greater London Council.
A campaign film to build solidarity with striking workers at Acton tube depot following the breakdown or orthodox negotiations.
upper clyde shipbuilders
The UCS struggle is a campaign film supporting the fight to retain their jobs by the workers at Upper Clyde Shipyards who developed a new weapon for waging this fight – the occupation and the work-in.
the miners’ film
The miners’ film documents the industrial action by miners in the winter of 1973-4 which helped to bring down Edward Heath’s Tory government.
arise ye workers (the dockers fight)
Arise ye workers: the dockers’ fight is a campaign film supporting the dockers’ fight against redundancy, lay-offs and wage cuts caused by containerisation.