PRFC summer free movie meetup: Surf Nazis Must Die [1987]

from Facebook

An earthquake leaves the California coastline in ruins and reduces the beaches to a state of chaos. A group of Neo-Nazis led by Adolf, the self-proclaimed “Führer of the new beach”, takes advantage of the resulting chaos by fighting off several rival surfer gangs to seize control of the beaches. Meanwhile, an African American oil well worker named Leroy is killed by the surf Nazis while jogging on the beach. Leroy’s mother, “Mama” Washington, devastated by the loss of her son, vows revenge…
[May 12 from 7 to 10pm at A-Space 4722 Baltimore Ave]

Films at LAVA Library Tomorrow

from Instagram

Tomorrow we’re screening documentary on the Quebec student strike of 2012 and an interview with radicals about gentrification. 5 to 8pm wednesday come out! (address in bio) [4134 Lancaster Av]

Movies at LAVA Library

from Instagram

movies at library tomorrow. puerto rican liberation and french youth rebellion on the menu. come by!

[Dec 28 from 5pm to 8pm at LAVA Space 4134 Lancaster Ave]

Coconut Revolution at LAVA Library

from Instagram

this wednesdays we’re watching coconut revolution! a documentary about decolonization, environmental destruction and revolution. as always it’s from 5pm to 8pm at LAVA

[December 21 at LAVA Space 4134 Lancaster Av]

Occupy and Arab Spring Movies at LAVA Library

from Instagram

next wed come watch short movies about occupy and the arab spring during library. come hang! open hours is 5pm to 8pm every wed.

[December 14 5PM to 8PM at LAVA Space 4134 Lancaster Av]

Documentary Screenings at LAVA Library

from Instagram

this wednesday we watching 2 short documentaries. one about the attica prison uprising and one about anti-fascists in sweden. as usual we’ll have free literature, internet, and music. come thru!

[December 7 from 5PM to 8PM at LAVA Library 4134 Lancaster Ave]

Born in Flames Screening

from Facebook

The Reading Group “Dear Sisters” will be hosting a viewing of Lizzie Borden’s 1983 Documentary-style film “Born in Flames” followed by a discussion. Join us for an evening of pirate radio, radical feminism and a not so fictional dystopian future.
[November 16 from 7:30PM to 10:30PM at A-Space 4722 Baltimore Ave]

Philly Antifa presents: Welcome to Leith

from Facebook

This event page is public, so expect the boneheads to be able to see anything you have public on your FB page.

Philly Antifa will be screening “Welcome to Leith”, “a feature documentary chronicling the attempted takeover of a small town in North Dakota by notorious white supremacist Craig Cobb. Filmed in the days leading up to Cobb’s arrest for terrorizing the townspeople on an armed patrol and his subsequent release from jail six months later.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKR32_3Yx08

[August 21 at 6PM at A-Space 4722 Baltimore Ave]

Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance – Native American Cinema

from Facebook

Alanis Obomsawin’s landmark documentary chronicles the cataclysmic 1990 standoff that occurred between the Canadian Army, Quebec police, and members of the Mohawk Nation determined to defend their land from the planned encroachment of a golf course. The astounding incidents, captured by Obomsawin during the 78-day ordeal, form a double portrait: of an indifferent government, and a people prepared to maintain their dignity at any cost.
Presented as part of Through Indian Eyes: Native American Cinema, May 27-June 9, a landmark touring program of 20 stunning independent films directed by Native Americans, organized by the UCLA Television & Film Archive.
Preceded by
LYE

[8PM May 28 at International House Philadelphia 3701 Chestnut]
[Tickets]

Anti-Fascist Film Screening – Ivan: In Memory of Our Friend

from private event page with permission

As part of the public portion of the 2015 TORCH Anti-Fascist Conference, Antifa Philadelphia is proud to present a screening of the russian Anti-Fascist documentary Ivan: In Memory of Our Friend, which chronicles the life and death of Russian Antifa Ivan Khurtorskoy. The film was released a few years ago but has not been available with English subtitles until recently, so it has only been screened a handful of times in the U.S.

[November 7th at 3pm at The Rotunda 4014 Walnut St]