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Still the Enemy Within

+ Audience discussion, Café-bar/refreshments

20 March 2015, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Hannah Maclure Centre, 1 - 3 Bell Street, Dundee, DD1 1HP
Region/Country Focus
| United Kingdom


In 1984, Margaret Thatcher’s government began announcing the closure of coalmines. Soon, an unprecedented 160 000 miners took up the fight against pit closures and took part in a lengthy battle that would radically alter Britain’s social, environmental and economic landscape.

Through moving, first-and accounts from miners and their supporters – at times funny, tragic or terrifying – Still the Enemy Within tells the story of those who were on the frontline of the strike, taking the audience on an emotionally powerful journey through the dramatic events of that year.


Plus Audience discussion, Café-bar/refreshments

All events incorporate the opportunity for audiences to respond and share ideas for local action.

Join us before and after the film to celebrate the opening of the first ever Take One Action Dundee Film Festival: our pop-up Festival Café will be open from 6pm, serving snacks and refreshments. Drinks will be offered after the screening.

Booking / attendance information
There will be no adverts or trailers. Please be seated by the stated start time.

"A documentary as gripping as any thriller."
The Guardian
"Powerful, eloquent and emotive...brilliantly done"
The Mail on Sunday
Sheffield Doc/Fest | Winner | Audience Award

15 Cert

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