January 8th - Launch Night Pirate Party
'Steal This Film'
Music from El Crisis
January 15th - Movimientos S. American Night
‘Hasta la última piedra’
January 22nd - Corporate Power=Climate Chaos
‘End Of Suburbia’
Reasoning from Rising Tide and Carbon Trade Watch and A World To Win
Music from Dubuddah urban nomads
January 29th - South Korea and East Asia
Environmental and political films from South Korean project MediAct and award winning Malaysian film 'Alice Lives Here’
Music from resident DJs Smallmoney and Carlos
February 5th - Palestine
‘The Sun Doesn’t Shine In This Camp’ offers a unique view of Balata Refugee Camp shot during the 2003-2004 New Year's invasion.
Eye witness Speakers and filmmakers, please come along for a full night of reasoning
Music supplied by DJ Geshe & The Rub
February 12th - Love Night
An evening of films and music inspired by Reclaim Love including the mighty Michael Franti’s ‘I Know I’m Not Alone’.
Music from Milli Moonstone and Sarah Bears new band, Black Sheep Central.
February 19th - 4th Anniversary of invasion of Iraq
‘Sir!, No Sir!’ shows how in the 1960’s, an anti-war movement emerged that altered the course of history. A movement that took place in barracks and on aircraft carriers, penetrated elite military colleges, and spread throughout the battlefields of Vietnam.
Music from Princess Emmanuelle and resident DJs Smallmoney and Carlos
February 26th - Global Resistance
‘Fourth World War’ and Arundhati Roy, author of The God of Small Things, in ‘WE’.
Music from The Hey Chinaskis, plus resident DJs
March 5th - Debt & International Financial Institutions
Set in Jamaica, ‘Life & Debt’ shows how foreign economic agendas can be understood in the context of the day-to-day realities of the people whose lives they impact.
Live performance from footsoldier of the underground, Lee harris and music from Virgo-Verbal Assault
March 12th - End The Occupation
The powerful film ‘A Letter To The Prime Minister’, follows peace activist and circus performer Jo Wilding during the bombing campaign of Iraq and subsequent neglect by Occupation forces, and forms the Boomchucka Circus to work with school children and refugees.
Music from River Styx and Resident DJs
March 19th - Immigration
Michael Winterbottom’s ‘In This World’ follows two young Afghan refugees who try to escape to a better life. Their dangerous journey leads them along the "silk road" through Pakistan, Iran and Turkey towards London. Also screening shorts from Camcorder GuerillasVisit Dungavel
Discussion with activists from the No Borders campaign, & music from Pop & M.A.D. Scientist
March 26th - OIL
‘Rob Newman’s History Of Oil’
Music from MonoSabilick, and Resident DJ's Smallmoney and Carlos
+ Every Night is Open Deck at The Good Ship, bring along your own politically inspired short films on DVD.