This film is not currently scheduled to screen at New Park.
In these challenging times of political change and contest, and passionate belief and debate - Brexit and Remain, war, poverty and refugees, pro- and anti-Trump supporters, news and fake news reporting, myths, censorship and memories - a fascinating opportunity to explore the interrelationships between historical and contemporary struggles for power, and notions of invasion, occupation and resistance, both in WW2 in Europe, and beyond.
Films to be referenced will include examples like ‘Kanal’ (Poland 1956); ‘Flame and Citron’ (Denmark 2008); ‘Army of Shadows’ (France 1969), ‘Lacombe Lucien’ (France 1974), ‘Au Revoir Les Enfants’ (France 1987); ‘The Battle of Algiers’ (Italy/Algeria 1966); ‘It Happened Here’ (UK 1965) and ‘Went the Day Well’ (UK 1942).
Specialist contributors to this day will include: Professor Hugo Frey, Head of History and Politics (University of Chichester), Emeritus Professor Rod Kedward (University of Sussex; Founder Member: Resistance Studies Network), Martyn Bell (Secret WW2 Learning Network), David Coxon (Deputy Director at Tangmere Museum) Rosemary Coxon and Mike Jennings (Chichester Cinema at New Park Education Dept.)
Tickets: £12.00 (Friends/Students £10) to include refreshments on arrival
Sat 13 May 10:00am - 15:00 (Studio)