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international / arts and media / news report Thursday November 22, 2018 - 21:18 by Blooming Barricade
Current efforts by social media companies and Atlanticist think tanks to remove various alternative media pages are part of a coordinated corporate attempt to disrupt and destroy a "global intifada" of social movements, according to documents and data examined by this writer ... read full story / add a comment
The 12th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair takes place on the 15th September 2018 at the Teachers Club 35 Parnell square and on the evening ofthe 14th at Wynns hotel. Every year hundreds of people attend the Dublin Anarchist Bookfair for a day of inspiring discussions and the opportunity of meeting lots of other radicals, browsing books and meeting campaigns.
With two weeks to go we are finalsing the details join the Facebook event to let us know you are coming so we can plan for expected numbers and when you do so ask 10 of your friends who you reckon should go. If you are on Twitter than RT our promotional thead ... read full story / add a comment
wexford / arts and media / press release Monday September 03, 2018 - 22:36 by Wexford Documentary Film Festiva 6 images 1 attached file
This September sees the much-anticipated return of The 6th Wexford Documentary Film Festival, a jam-packed 3-day festival of International, National, and Local films. The Festival takes place in the working fishing village of Kilmore Quay, County Wexford from Friday 21st to Sunday 23rd September 2018. In keeping with the festival ethos, this year’s festival returns with a curated program of films that powerfully explore social, political, and environmental concerns. The Wexford Documentary Film Festival is gaining strength and popularity, by providing the public with the opportunity to see award winning National and International documentary films and 2018 is no exception!
The Festival program engages with some of the critical issues facing society at present both globally and locally. These include films that explore the threat to democracy, the role and responsibility of the media, the ways in which we can create an inclusive society and films that portray the positive role women are playing in challenging and shaping society. ... read full story / add a comment
galway / arts and media / news report Tuesday July 17, 2018 - 23:33 by BAOITE Publicist 1 comment (last - thursday july 19, 2018 - 23:13) 1 image
BAOITE, is a new play by Darach Mac Con Iomaire, premiering this week at the Galway International Arts Festival.
A fishing family leads a desperate fight to defend their coastal community from the
imminent threat of offshore fracking ? but as the constant pressure of campaigning
mounts, hidden fractures appear in the once-solid clan... ... read full story / add a comment
Ladxido’be Fundraiser, a group of Mexicans in Ireland, have joined with the Latin America Solidarity Centre to organise a very special cross-cultural event. As part of its worldwide tour to promote solidarity with the earthquake-stricken state, the Oaxaca FilmFest will come to Temple Bar’s Filmbase on Thursday, December 7th. ... read full story / add a comment
wexford / arts and media / press release Tuesday September 12, 2017 - 12:23 by Wexford Documentary 1 image 1 attached file
This September sees the much-anticipated return of The 5th Wexford Documentary Film Festival, a jam-packed 3-day festival of international, national, and local films. The festival takes place in the picturesque fishing village of Kilmore Quay, County Wexford from Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th September 2017. Screening of films will be in the local Stella Maris Centre, and in many interesting and unexpected off-site venues throughout the village. The festival includes post screenings Q&As with international directors, discussions, lively debates, and a variety of film workshops. The Wexford Documentary film festival is gaining strength and popularity, by providing the public with the opportunity to see award winning national and international documentary films and 2017 is no exception! ... read full story / add a comment
Vol 2 Issue 21 of Look Left magazine is now available is in Easons stores and hundreds of selected newsagents across the country now and is still only €2. Look Left magazine is produced by the Workers Party of Ireland and is a well written and produced regular publication. ... read full story / add a comment
The Irish Latin American Film Festival continues to make available to Irish audiences shorts and documentaries pertaining to the most interesting continent on Pachamama – Latin America.
The diverse topics that make up the programme are collated into a Film Festival that will take place in Dublin
It will take place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next.
Tá saorcead isteach agus beidh fáilte roimh chách / Free admission and all welcome
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The Irish Latin American Film Festival continues to make available to Irish audiences shorts and documentaries pertaining to the most interesting continent on Pachamama – Latin America. Focus on Chile takes place in Birr on Wednesday 8th in The Tin Jug Studio, starting with an arpilleras workshop at 4.00 pm, followed by Chilean Shorts at 6.00 and Chilean documentaries at 8.00
All welcome and free admission. ... read full story / add a comment
On Saturday 28 February the Progressive Film Club presents two film showings where admission is Free! They are in The New Theatre, 43 East Essex street, (in Temple Bar) Dublin 2
They are London is Burning at 2:30pm and The Apples of Golan at 3:30pm.
The Progressive Film Club are a voluntary organisation dedicated to showing progressive films from all over the world. Struggles for people’s rights, for the rights of workers, of immigrants, of women, for national liberation and for social justice are some of the themes of the outstanding films we have selected. Showings—usually one all-day show per month—are at the New Theatre in East Essex Street. ... read full story / add a comment
NearFM Radio series explores Dublin Independent Music Scene. Listen on 90.3 FM Thurs Dec 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th
A four part radio series looking at Dublins independent music scene airs throughout December ... read full story / add a comment
Quality Ska party this Friday - dance your ass off and help fundraise for Solidarity Books!
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Cinema Night: ‘News From Ideological Antiquity' (2010) 83 mins. Dir. Alexander Kluge' Wednesday, Feb. 13th at 8pm @solidaritybooks
Join us in Solidarity Books on Wednesday, Feb. 13th at 8pm for a showing of ‘News From Ideological Antiquity' (2010) 83 mins. Dir. Alexander Kluge'
Film description follows : ... read full story / add a comment
Cinema Night: 'Antifa: Chasseurs de Skins' (2008) 65 mins. Dir. Marc-Aurele Vecchione' Tonight! Wed. 20th Feb. 8pm
cork / arts and media / event notice Wednesday February 13, 2013 - 08:15 by Eric 1 comment (last - wednesday february 13, 2013 - 08:26) 1 image
Join us in Solidarity Books on Wed. 20th Feb. 8pm for a showing of 'Antifa: Chasseurs de Skins' (2008) 65 mins. Dir. Marc-Aurele Vecchione'
Film description follows :
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On Saturday 2nd March the Prorgessive film club and the Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign are proud to present a special Palestine Mini-Film Festival in The Pearse Centre (aka The Ireland Institute), 27 Pearse St, Dublin 2. The festival begins at 2pm sharp.
NOTE: Entry to all films is free, and film start sharp. ... read full story / add a comment
Cinema Night: ‘The Treasure of the Sierra Madre’ (1948) 126 mins, Dir. John Huston Wednesday, Jan. 23, 8pm @solidaritybooks
Join us in Solidarity Books on Wednesday Dec. 23rd at 8pm, for a showing of ‘The Treasure of the Sierra Madre’ (1948) 126 mins, Dir. John Huston ' ... read full story / add a comment
dublin / arts and media / event notice Thursday January 17, 2013 - 09:52 by Laurence Cox 1 attached file
Too often communication about social justice issues is left to commercial and state media, whose agendas are often very different from those affected. Social movements often struggle to create appropriate forms of communication which build links between people and communities, enable alternative voices to be heard and do not simply imitate official media. This evening brings together two leading figures in radical communications to share their experiences in Africa, Ireland and globally and discuss how to broaden the spaces of possibility.
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national / arts and media / other press Thursday January 03, 2013 - 20:44 by anon 2 comments (last - friday january 11, 2013 - 21:22) 1 image
There is a currently a very interesting and frightening case being fought by a Solicitor firm in Dublin against agents for the Irish newspaper industry. Basically the newspaper industry is trying to charge for websites and blogs and all the rest for posting links to any of their articles in their newspapers. They have already done the groundwork in their submission to the Copyright Review Committee in July 2012 those 15 newspapers asserted baldly
“It is the view of NNI that a link to copyright material does constitute infringement of copyright”. (Section 7 National Newspapers of Ireland Further Submission to the Copyright Review Committee) ... read full story / add a comment
The International Peace Bureau is delighted to announce its decision to award the 2012 Sean MacBride Peace Prize to two Arab women: Lina Ben Mhenni from Tunisia and Nawal El-Sadaawi from Egypt. They have both shown great courage and made substantial contributions to what is known as the Arab Spring. ... read full story / add a comment
As Hugo Chavez faces another election the capitalist media has gone into overdrive. Its message is that dissent is crushed in Venezuela. Yet from below comes another meme: the story of alternative media. Full text at link.
Today we celebrate the national day of journalists in Venezuela. Because of this day, it’s worth remembering a phrase that was written in the streets of Argentina during the December 2001 crisis: “They piss on us and the press says it’s raining”. This aphorism captions the situation of the social media today. Readers are reading, listening, or watching the information they receive more and more carefully.
However, the people of Venezuela have gone beyond that. Thanks to legal, technological, technical, and formative support from the government of the president, Hugo Chavez, and because of the determination of citizens after 2000, a national system of community and alternative media started to be born. It’s a system which, even though it has a long way to go, it is a symbol of collective organisation and the satisfying of everybody’s right to communicate. ... read full story / add a comment
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