Message from Autonomy films: three fantastic events coming up! All at W.I. Hall, North St. Bridport.

Thurs 25th February 5.30pm – 6.30pm a free Youth Council workshop for 16-30-year-olds with the former Frome youth mayor.  Reserve a place from 7.30pm  Talk: Flatpack Democracy In Frome, Somerset  local people have achieved an extraordinary revolution in how their council runs and have revitalized local politics. 5 Speakers from Frome are coming to […]

Autonomy Films and Bridport UNITE Community Group present “JOE HILL – HE NEVER DIED!”

Today, 19th November 2015,  is the 100th anniversary of the death of Joe Hill.  He was an activist and union organizer whose songs have inspired the labour movement worldwide.  A thorn in the side of exploitative bosses and the US state, he was executed in Utah on 19th November 1915 on a trumped-up murder charge. […]

Autonomy Films present REFUGEES IMMIGRATION RACISM Saturday 24/10/15 Bridport

A short film about migrants and a talk by Louisa Adjoa Parker Author of ‘Dorset’s Hidden Histories: Beginning to explore four hundred years of the presence of black people in Dorset.’ To be followed by question and answer, and discussion. 7pm for 7.30pm WI Hall, North Street, Bridport Entry £4, less if you can’t afford […]

Autonomy Films and Bridport UNITE Community Group film show Saturday 28th March 6:45 for 7:30pm

Other Events locally 19th March 2015. Film – Life in Hebron. 7:30pm St Catharine’s Hall, Park Road, Frome BA11 1EU. Bradford on Avon friends of Palestine.  £3 Proceeds go to bringing the Freedom Theatre of Jenin to Frome. 21st March. Demonstration – UN Anti-Racism Day. Assemble 12 noon at the Town Pump, march to the […]

Autonomy Films What is TTIP? event 8th November 2014

Letwin comes to Bridport, Saturday 8th November 2014 (same day).

Autonomy Films presents – Political fiction author event, Bridport, Sunday 12th October 2014

  FUTURES: Commodities, cocaine and the City under Thatcher John Barker reads from his new novel and discusses the role of political fiction. John Barker served time for his political activities in the 1970s, described in his prison memoirs Bending the Bars. With his new hard-boiled novel Futures, set in the cynical money-hungry world of […]

Autonomy Films and UNITE Community Group invite you to: NHS vs. PRIVATISATION! Saturday 13th September 2014.

W.I. Hall, North Street, Bridport, 7pm for 7.15pm start (NOTE EARLIER TIME!) Entry £3 or less if you can’t afford it, Vegetarian soup served from 6.30pm. Discussion afterwards:  What can we do? EVENTS ORGANISED BY OTHERS: Saturday 6th September 2014 1.30pm Film show – MINERS SHOT DOWN (86 mins) A documentary film about the Marikana […]

Autonomy Films presents: HIDDEN Histories OF WWI. Thursday 17th July 2014 7:30 p.m…

St John’s Hall, Rax Lane, Bridport Entry £3 (less if you can’t afford it) Bristol radical history group EVENTS ORGANISED BY OTHERS ‘Robert Potts and his Lost Photo-History of Bridport’ Tuesday 8th – Saturday 19th July in the Foyer, Bridport Arts Centre Pre-exhibition seeking local involvement to piece together social history from the postcards of […]

Autonomy films present: Hispanic film evening in Bridport Sat 28th June 2014.

Saturday 28th June 2014 7.15pm W.I. Hall, North Street, Bridport Entry: £3 or less if you can’t afford it Vegetarian soup on sale from 6.45pm Discussion afterwards about art and politics for anyone interested. *EVENTS ORGANISED BY OTHERS* No More Austerity:  National Demonstration and Free Festival organized by the People’s Assembly Saturday 21st June 19,  […]

Autonomy Films present: Austin the photographer and the Bridport women wildcat strikers. 7pm 9th November 2013

7pm for 7.30pm Saturday 9th November 2013 W.I. Hall, North Street, Bridport £3 Entry  (less if you can’t afford it) Vegetarian soup on sale from 6.30pm An unknown piece of  Bridport ‘history from below’ of 100 years ago Austin the photographer and the Bridport women wildcat strikers An illustrated talk by Carlos Guarita EVENTS  ORGANISED […]