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In the spirit of the annual Meltdown festival,  to shout out about Love Music Hate Racism and
to connect with Everyman Cinemas’ Music Film Festival,  we are pleased to present

EXCLUSIVE VIRTUAL PREVIEW SCREENINGS

17 – 21 JUNE 2020

Following the Rock Against Racism movement of the 1970s, WHITE RIOT reveals both the nastiness of the rising National Front at the time and the amazing power of music, activism and real desire for social change at a grassroots level.

WINNER – BEST DOCUMENTARY
BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL

Exclusive to Everyman Cinemas

Presented in partnership with Spiritland music venues and the BFI Lottery-funded Reclaim the Frame film event series


Online Q&A + Live Music

Friday 19 June 2020, 8pm


After Party DJ sets brought you by Spiritland

Spiritland are supplying the music for the online afterparty with three mixes responding to the film.

Bill Brewster is a DJ, author, journalist and cultural historian – and was there in the front row during the Rock Against Racism movement. He’s selected a mix of music that was around and inspirational at the time – lots of reggae, some punk and some post-punk.

Hollie Cook is a UK reggae singer and keyboardist. As well as her own releases, she was part of the last line up of The Slits.

Dennis Morris is an acclaimed photographer, best known for his intimate photos of The Sex Pistols and Bob Marley. A key documentarian of the UK reggae and punk scene, he’s drawn together a series of tracks that have influenced him for Spiritland.’