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SCREENWASH – ONE-LINER FILM REVIEWS #2 - February 2018!

SCREENWASH – ONE-LINER FILM REVIEWS #2

Aside from my longer, pretentious and pontificating reviews I also like to chuck in a few quick-fire posts for films I’ve watched on cable, satellite TV, catch-up, DVD and cinema over the past few months. 566 more words

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Motions agreed at the Lambeth UNISON conference in January 2018

Motions agreed at the Lambeth UNISON conference in January 2018

Proposed rule changes for National Delegate Conference
Finally Freeing our unions

Stand up to Racism Trade Union Conference… 1,416 more words

Policy

Come And See Brakes (2017) For Free!

BRAKES is a raw, dark and unconventional comedy from new writer/director Mercedes Grower. Split into two halves it follows the tumultuous stories of nine couples, plunging straight into the brutal and absurd endings of their relationships first, before travelling back to the moments when the spark of love between them first emerged. 112 more words

Movies

Emergency motion to the Lambeth UNISON AGM - Picturehouse strikes

Support the Picturehouse Strikes!

Picturehouse workers are going to take strike action for over two weeks at the end of January. This is part of their campaign for the Living Wage, and also to get four colleagues re-instated who were sacked by Picturehouse for campaigning for the Living Wage. 199 more words

Policy

Protesting in support of a living wage for cinema staff

On the weekend of the release of the new Star Wars film, protests across Yorkshire took place in solidarity with striking cinema workers in the Picturehouse chain, who are currently engaged in a two-year long dispute to win a living wage. 110 more words

Trade Unions

Protesting for a living wage for cinema workers

On the weekend of the release of the new Star Wars film, protests across Yorkshire took place in solidarity with striking cinema workers in the Picturehouse chain, who are currently engaged in a two-year long dispute to win a living wage. 108 more words

Iain Dalton

Star Wars Hits the City of Dreaming Spires

REVIEW

Krorg, a balding patriarch from the planet Tatooine, is a sad feature of almost all Star Wars viewings in the millenia 2000AD. He can be recognised by his voluminous snigger, and tut, as well as a proclivity for cradling his head during the end credits. 394 more words

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