An end to the ‘triple evils’ of poverty, racism and militarism in our lifetime
Make Apartheid History (once and for all) is an international project that is bringing together creative individuals, organisations and networks from around the world
Divert. Transform. Sustain.
Targeting global military spending – and the public perception of it – in order to redirect our taxes and fund ‘what the world wants and needs’.
TPNS is partnered on a programme of events to increase the level of debate and public awareness concerning one issue – breast cancer and its links to the wider (polluted) environment.
TPNS is supporting the effort to mobilise the development sector to campaign and use its influence for drug policy reform.
12 leading artists/directors
12 critical issues
12X10 minute vision/essay films
A film to lift the quality of debate, understanding and collective vision about the kind of progressive society we want to see.
What would you do to save Bethlehem? In 2004 director Leila Sansour set out to find the answer for herself. Four years later, she found it.
It is the story of an untold chapter in the history of people power. By turns uplifting and chilling, it reveals both the power and potential of ordinary people, as well as the dark underbelly of the war machine.
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Picking up the baton of the UN Year of Co-operation, this film will shine a bright spotlight on a global movement and initiate an urgent and timely global conversation about the power and possibility of cooperation.
A weekend of film, discussion and theatre celebrating the man, his life and domestic achievements of his 1945-51 Labour Government.
Here is a selection of videos we have made for Make Apartheid History (once and for all).
We were delighted to welcome a 3000-strong audience to our mini-Bethlehem Unwrapped Festival at Greenbelt this year which included music, dance, spoken word, testimony, poetry and Tom Pursey’s wonderful short documentary about B/U at St James’s Piccadilly.
The tour took in various sites of significance in relation to cancer prevention – or rather the lack of action on cancer prevention by government offices and other bodies
(Click the above image to watch the video: Remembering Jeremy) Today we lost our dear friend, Jeremy Hardy.
Season’s Greetings As 2018 draws to a close we look back on a very busy year across our films, events …
An Exhibition of Original Work by Diana Ward, marking Breast Cancer ‘Prevention’ Month launched on Wednesday 17 October. On Wednesday …
We’re delighted to be bringing three events to next week’s TWT in Liverpool – our Clem Attlee Readings plus films We Are Many and From …