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Welcome Engels back to Manchester, with @HOME_mcr @1418NOW and Turner Prize-nominated Phil Collins #ceremony… https://t.co/bzNB5KDBtM
Maxine Peake opens Ceremony letting us know what to expect over the evening #MIF17 https://t.co/C4LtXJOoDh
What a welcoming party for #Engels. @gruffingtonpost closing #Ceremony in style. #mif17 https://t.co/9VJUHKjkIE
A film and gallery installation exploring the legacy of Friedrich Engels and the lives of 21st-century workers, with Russia’s 1917 Revolution as a pivotal moment.
Premiered at the London Film Festival, screened in schools and on BBC One, this new colourised film from the Oscar-winning director uses archive footage to portray the war as never before.
One of the country’s most celebrated filmmakers remembers the millions of Africans who fought as soldiers or served as porters during the war.
A feature-length film inspired by suffragette protest, premiering in cinemas and on BBC TV exactly 100 years since the first UK women won the right to vote.
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