previous events and screenings

Camcorder Guerillas, in collaboration with Reel News and Woodlands Community Garden invite you to

GREECE: Our Present is Your Future

Film and Discussion Event

Thursday 28th June 6-9pm

Albany Centre, 44 Ashley Street, Glasgow G3 6DS

Scottish Premiere of new films by Reel News.  Exploring the causes and affects of Greece’s economic crisis.  Highlighting the communities trying to build an alternative.  Building solidarity across campaigns.

If your group or campaign would like to have an information stall at this event, do let us know by emailing

6.00 – 6.30 Refreshments, stalls and networking

6.30 – 8.00 Films and Q&A

8.00 – 9.00 Discussion and networking continues over refreshments plus optional tour of Woodlands Community Garden

Full programme to follow.

Free event, but donations welcome to help us cover costs. Flyer attached please circulate.


“Disabled people are facing the biggest attack on their human rights since the 1930s”
Sunday 23rd October, 12 midday
Film and panel discussion
* join us for a screening of our latest film THE BROADEST SHOULDERS
* find out about Guerillas current film project, highlighting the devastating impact of cuts and privatisation on disabled people
* talk to people directly affected by the cuts
* take part in the discussion and discover how you can join us in campaigning against cuts to benefits and services
Feedback from disabled activists after our fringe screening/meeting at the STUC rally against the cuts on 1st October
“helped put the fire back in our bellies”
“you don’t know how much the support from Camcorder Guerillas means to us”

Internationalism From Below
7pm-9:30pm, Wednesday 12th October 2011

Kinning Park Complex
43 Cornwall Street
G41 1BA


‘Internationalism From Below’– discussions and film relating current forms of alter-globalism and international struggle to the history of early radical internationalism in Glasgow, taking the 90th anniversary of John Maclean’s speech from Duke Street Prison as its starting point.

Allan Armstrong will discuss the development of the syndicalist union organisations created by migrant workers in early 20th Century Scotland, as facilitated by people such as John Maclean, and their relation to anti-imperialism.

Members of Unity will discuss their experience of struggles for internationalism from below in Glasgow today, alongside a screening of Camcorder Guerillas’ film ‘VISIT DUNGAVEL, Monster of the Glen’.

Maud Bracke will discuss the modern alter-globalism movement and its relation to older internationalism and Deryck de Maine Beaumont will talk on the portrayal of the ‘Arab Spring’ protests in Egypt, which he filmed ‘from the street’ whilst living in Egypt over the past year.

Radical Independent Bookfair (RiB) will be hosting a bookstall.