In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement, Indigenous activists and mining affected communities across the globe, London Mining Network presents the International Resistance to Mining Film Festival. This programme of highly acclaimed documentary films shines a light on the colonial legacy of international extractivism and the lives it affects. From Bouganville to South Africa, Australia to Colombia, these true stories remind us of the human cost of mining as well as the inspiring acts of resistance that it inspires. Registration is free, but please register for each individual film you would like to attend the streaming of. Streaming will take place on the Facebook Live platform.
Tickets available now Films will be shown at 19:30 between 21 and 28 September 2020. For more info and to register your place, see the Eventbrite page or click the button below.
- Soldiers Without Guns (2019) – 21 September
- The Shore Break (2014) – 25 September
- Connection To Country (2017) – 26 September
- La Buena Vida (2015) – 28 September
The full International Resistance to Mining Film Festival programme of events is available to download here.