I have heard good reviews of the film, which combines archive footage and interviews to explore the political philosophy behind the creation and development of welfare institutions by the then Labour Government after the Second World War.
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|The Spirit of '45 Q&A screenings a tremendous success|
Last Sunday, more than 40 cinemas around the country took part in a very special event. All these cinemas screened The Spirit of '45 simultaneously and
once the film had finished, switched over to a live satellite broadcast
of a Q&A with Director Ken Loach, Dot Gibson, Owen Jones and Jeremy
Check out the photos.
We were thrilled to see so many people attending and texting & tweeting their questions and comments to the panel. The event would not have been the success that it was without your help in spreading the word - THANK YOU!!!
|You can host a screening in your area|
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|Join in the discussion & check out 'My '45'|
|The Spirit of '45 is a call-to-arms to defend the venerable social institutions that have improved the lives of millions. The film has been instumental in promoting public discussion about cuts, worker's rights and equitable public policies. You can join in the discussion on Twitter and Facebook. Also if you haven't already, be sure to check out the amazing Timelines and take the 'My '45' quiz to find out what your life would have been like back in 1945.|