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11 July 2011

Chronicle of Protest DVDs now on sale

Michael Chanan's film about the anti-cuts movement is available exclusively via New Statesman.

By Staff Blogger

New Statesman and Roehampton University present

Chronicle of Protest

A video diary by Michael Chanan about the movement against government spending cuts in the universities and beyond. This new film follows the anti-cuts movement from the student protests of winter 2010 through to the TUC demonstration in London on 26 March 2011.

With students, activists and citizens of the real big society.

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Featuring Mehdi Hasan, Josie Long, Terry Eagleton, Nina Power, Michael Rosen, Laurie Penny, UK Uncut and songs by Banner Theatre.

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“Intelligent and highly watchable” – Sight and Sound

“Through some nifty editing and lucid rhetoric, the connections between the actions of the coalition and the hardships imposed on communities become transparent.” – Ryan Gilbey, New Statesman

“This exciting film is an impressive attempt at documenting and making sense of this tumultuous time in British history.” – Morning Star