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The Uprising of 34 + Q&A

Workers protesting at the gates of a textile mill. Credit: UPI/Bettman

UK PREMIERE. In 1934, hundreds of thousands of Southern textile workers participated in the largest single-industry strike in history. Many lost their jobs; some lost their lives. Dozens of southern communities are still living with the consequences of this largely unknown event. The Uprising of ’34 recalls how communities can be impacted by history and memory, long after an event occurs.



Best of Festival, Big Muddy Film & Video Festival

Juror’s Choice, Charlotte Film and Video Festival

Director’s Choice, Black Maria Film & Video Festival
Gold Apple, National Educational Media Network
Golden Plaque, Documentary, Chicago International Film Festival
Best Use of Oral History in Media, Oral History Association
Best Documentary, Three Rivers Film Festival
Golden Gate Award, Certificate of Merit, San Francisco International Film Festival
Outstanding Use of Oral History in a Nonprint Format, Oral History Association
Bronze Plaque, Social Issues, Columbus International Film & Video Festival
Joady Award, Film Arts Foundation

Producers George Stoney, Judith Helfand

Screening 3.00pm Sunday May 6th

We are showing The Uprising of ’34 as part of our Strike day, Sunday May 6th at 3pm Click here to book tickets. We’re also showing Made In Dagenham as part of Strike day.