We The Peoples Film Festival

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Macoconi - The Roots of Our Children

Director: Fábio Ribeiro

With the second largest mangrove area in Africa, Mozambique is now witnessing the unsustainable extraction of its resources. This destruction is beginning to have an impact on the climate. And in the subsistence of families who always relied on the little they could extract from the mangrove. 35 minutes

 

It Is Not Only About Fish

Director: Kodjo Adanledji

It is not only about fish is a movie about the fight of the Sami people and young environmental activists in Finnmark, Norway, against the plan for mineral mines to dump millions of tonnes of deposits into the Repparfjord—a national salmon fjord. 15 minutes

 

Something In The Water

Director: Leo Hyde

Follow the struggle of Greek activists and unionists as they fight against the troika-imposed privatization of their public services. The film focuses on the fight for public water in Thessaloniki, where, despite 98.2% of voters choosing to maintain public control, the Troika continues to push for privatization, with French multinational Suez set to buy a significant share. However Yiorgos, the president of the local Water Workers' Union, along with his wide coalition of activists and allies aren't throwing in the towel just yet. 18 minutes

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  • 6:30PM–Friday, November 16
  • Doors at 6:30PM
  • £5

Macoconi - The Roots of Our Children

Director: Fábio Ribeiro

With the second largest mangrove area in Africa, Mozambique is now witnessing the unsustainable extraction of its resources. This destruction is beginning to have an impact on the climate. And in the subsistence of families who always relied on the little they could extract from the mangrove. 35 minutes

 

It Is Not Only About Fish

Director: Kodjo Adanledji

It is not only about fish is a movie about the fight of the Sami people and young environmental activists in Finnmark, Norway, against the plan for mineral mines to dump millions of tonnes of deposits into the Repparfjord—a national salmon fjord. 15 minutes

 

Something In The Water

Director: Leo Hyde

Follow the struggle of Greek activists and unionists as they fight against the troika-imposed privatization of their public services. The film focuses on the fight for public water in Thessaloniki, where, despite 98.2% of voters choosing to maintain public control, the Troika continues to push for privatization, with French multinational Suez set to buy a significant share. However Yiorgos, the president of the local Water Workers' Union, along with his wide coalition of activists and allies aren't throwing in the towel just yet. 18 minutes

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