Virtual Cinema: White Riot
& Live Director Q&A
Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970
With Exeter Phoenix temporarily closed, we have partnered with Modern Films to bring you an event you can enjoy from your front room. Front Room Phoenix is our way of beaming culture and creativity straight to your sofa at this time. Find more Front Room Phoenix events here >>
In the spirit of Latitude Festival we are excited to present an online Q&A with White Riot director Rubika Shah, hosted by Anna Smith. This event is run by Modern Films in partnership with Faber Members, Girls on Film Podcast and Girls on Tops.
Join the Q&A tomorrow at 6.30pm.
Music documentary | UK | 2019 | 80 mins
White Riot is an eye-opening new documentary that follows the Rock Against Racism movement of the 1970s, revealing both the nastiness of the rising National Front at the time and the amazing power of music, activism and a real desire for social change at a grassroots level.
White Riot is a moment in time when music changed the world. When a generation challenged the status quo. It’s Woodstock meets the March on Washington, punk-style.
The film won Best Documentary at the BFI London Film Festival.
On Fri 29 May at 8pm, your ticket will also give you exclusive access live Q&A and musical performance, hosted by Kate Hutchinson, featuring Rubika Shah, Celeste Bell, Roger Huddle and Jenny Hamada.
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