COMMUNITY & EDUCATIONAL SCREENINGS

ORGANISING A COMMUNITY SCREENING

WE ARE RELYING ON YOU TO HELP US GET THE FILM SHOWN IN AS MANY PLACES AS POSSIBLE SO IF YOU DO NOT SEE A SCREENING IN YOUR LOCATION, HELP US MAKE IT HAPPEN.

ORGANISE YOUR OWN EVENT. 

WE CHARGE A ONE OFF FEE £150 + VAT  FOR COMMUNITY SCREENINGS. THIS COVERS THE COST OF THE SCREENING LICENSE WHICH ALLOWS THE EXTENSIVE ARCHIVE IN THE FILM TO BE SCREENED PUBLICLY:

SIMPLY EMAIL: enemywithin@bad-bonobo.com
  • WITH YOUR NAME
  • LOCATION:
  • POSSIBLE DATE:
  • DETAILS ON WHO/WHAT THE EVENT IS BEING ORGANISED FOR
  • AN INVOICE ADDRESS:
  • FORMAT: EITHER DVD/BLUE RAY OR DCP

DON#T WORRY IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ALL THE DETAILS IN PLACE  THE EARLIER YOU CONTACT THE MORE WE CAN HELP:

ONCE YOU HAVE PAID THE FEE ANY MONEY YOU MAKE FROM YOUR SCREENING YOU GET TO KEEP.  

WE WOULD ENCOURAGE PEOPLE TO CHARGE, EVEN IF IT IS A SMALL AMOUNT FOR SCREENINGS, AS IT REFLECTS THE VALUE OF THE FILM AND ACTUALLY ENCOURAGES WIDER ATTENDANCE.

YOU CAN SET-UP FREE ACCOUNTS ON EVENTBRITE OR WEGOTTICKETS TO SELL TICKETS ONLINE. 

ADD YOUR SCREENING TO THE FREE LISTING SITE SCREENINGFILM.COM FREE FOR ADDED PUBLICITY.  PROBLEM FINDING A VENUE? CREATE YOUR ON SCREENING WITH OURSCREEN WHICH ALLOWS AUDIENCE MEMBERS TO ORGANISE THEIR OWN SCREENINGS AT THEIR LOCAL CINEMAS.

WE WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN AS MANY Q&A'S AS POSSIBLE BUT EXPENSES FOR THIS WOULD NEED TO BE COVERED BY ORGANISERS.

ARE YOU IN AN EX-MINING AREA IN WALES ?

IF THE ANSWER IS YES, THE COALFIELD REGENERATION TRUST MAY COVER THE COST OF THE SCREENING FEE FOR YOUR EVENT. EMAIL US FOR DETAILS. 

EDUCATIONAL SCREENING

STILL THE ENEMY WITHIN IS AN INVALUABLE RESOURCES FOR THOSE STUDYING POLITICS, BRITISH, LABOUR  AND CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, SOCIOLOGY AND ECONOMICS. IT CAN ALSO BE USED AS PART OF A MEDIA STUDIES OR FILM COURSE.

IF YOU WISH TO SCREEN STILL THE ENEMY WITHIN AT YOUR SCHOOL, COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY, GET IN TOUCH.

WE CHARGE £150+VAT FOR ONE-OFF EDUCATIONAL SCREENINGS. HOWEVER IF YOU WISH TO BUY A COPY OF THE FILM FOR YOUR LIBRARY OR COURSE WE CHARGE £250 FOR  LIBRARY LICENCE 

TRUST

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE COST OF THE ARCHIVE IN THE FILM IS VERY HIGH.  WE RELY ON TRUST TO ENSURE THAT PEOPLE PAY THE AGREED FEE AND STICK WITHIN TERMS OF THE SCREENING LICENCE. WE ARE RELIANT ON THIS FEE TO CLEAR THE RIGHTS TO BE ABLE TO SHOW THE FILM INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF THE UK.

IF YOU WISH TO SHOW THE FILM BUT ARE WORRIED ABOUT THIS FEE, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH AND WE WILL WORK WITH YOU TO FIND A SOLUTION. PLEASE DO NOT JUST SCREEN THE FILM WITHOUT FIRST GETTING IN TOUCH, AS THIS PUTS ITS WIDER RELEASE IN JEOPARDY. 

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ACADEMIC PRAISE FOR STILL THE ENEMY WITHIN

"Finally, a documentary as sweeping and dramatic as the momentous strike it chronicles…The struggle between Margaret Thatcher and the miners’ resonates down to the present day."
Joseph McCartin, Professor of History, Georgetown University

"A powerful story…Seeing the brutal tactics deployed by the government and how the police and media went along with these crimes shocks the viewer. But the response of the miners will empower anyone who watches the film for the hope of a better future."
Dr. Eric Loomis, Assistant Professor of History, University of Rhode Island

"Moving and powerful, this movie shows how manipulating political power can be but also how passionate and irresistible the struggle for justice is."
Nadia Urbinati, Professor of Political Theory, Columbia University

"Gripping, timely…The miner narrators take us into the fierce heat of the battle and remind us the struggle for good jobs, livable communities, and dignity for all is far from over. This is an inspiring, beautifully-rendered film of resistance that reveals how today's economic and political crises came to be."
Dorothy Sue Cobble, Distinguished Professor of History and Labor Studies, Rutgers University

"Historically, the collective strength of coal miners was one of the engines of 20th century democracy, essential to the British labor movement's influence…Margaret Thatcher's Conservative government understood this and decided to break the union. They succeeded ruthlessly…Three decades later, THE ENEMY WITHIN tells this story vividly and movingly, as men and women from the mining communities recall their involvement against footage and photographs from the time."
Geoff Eley, Professor of Contemporary History, University of Michigan

"Heartbreaking. Infuriating. Necessary. THE ENEMY WITHIN offers a people's history of one of the defining events in modern British history. It should find a place in any course that covers the late-twentieth century."
Guy Ortolano, Associate Professor of History, New York University, Author, The Two Cultures Controversy: Science, Literature, and Cultural Politics in Postwar Britain