“Resistance ’68: A Beginners Guide to the Art of Resistance” (Screening & Presentation) by Darryl Georgiou & Rebekah Tolley-Georgiou

Two artists inspired by rebellion, counterculture and the possibility for art, music and education as creative weapons for resistance against political repression will try to ask how the time of communism and post ‘68 and ’89 revolutions shaped western way of thinking


Event is a part of our exhibition – “Eastern Bloc Songs: Party, Pop and Politics” by Wayne Burrows which will address the question about connections between popular music and political situation in Eastern Bloc Countries during the Soviet regime. “Resistance ’68: A Beginners Guide to the Art of Resistance” is one the five screenings supported by #Uprising68 initiative, produced by BFI Film Audience Network with support from the National Lottery. The project is about providing 1968 year legacy across the UK via cinematic experience – short and full-length movies.