Thom Tyerman reviews Imogen Tyler’s Revolting Subjects: Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain published by Zed Books Taking a wide variety of issues and cases Imogen Tyler provides a comprehensive analysis that displays with clarity the complex workings of neoliberal governmentality [...]
In this weeks Brighton New Left Initiative / Anticapitalist Initiative Show, Ishan Cader spoke to film-maker Ethan Race, director of Conflict (2006), Rapture (2009) and Temple Wood (2012). Ethan re-traces and critically examines revolutionary film theory and practice, experimentation in [...]
This excerpt was taken from Andy Carrington’s new book of poems, ANTIFA.
Ishan Cader talked to Chester Yang about his new film, War Matters, protest, and the damaging role of the mainstream media in constructing discourses
Stuart King gives his thoughts on the documentary film from Ken Loach
Ken Loach new film, The Spirit of 45, reminds us all of a precious commodity, the Welfare State. A review by Rachel Brooks.
Jesssica Winterson reviews Can The Market Speak? by Campbell Jones, soon to be published by Zero Books. According to Olivier Blanchard, Chief Economist at the International Monetary Fund, ‘the markets have become sceptical about the ability of policy makers, [...]
Ishan Cader reviews Anders Lustgarten’s Royal Court Theatre play ‘If You Don’t Let Us Dream, We Won’t Let You Sleep’, and reflects on the wider significance of theatre for the culture of resistance. Theatre, amongst all the arts, has a special place [...]