A film about the experiences of workers blacklisted for trade union involvement



SOLIDARITY is currently in the edit, due for completion March 2019

October 31 2018 - 17 March 2019: Apologies (2016) is exhibited at MACBA, Barcelona in an exhibition curated by Raqs Media Collective.

June 2018: Blacklist included in Sheffield Doc/Fest Rough/Ready programme.

March 2018: Apologies at AV Festival, Newcastle, Meanwhile, What About Socialism.  Read Frieze review by George Vasey here.

September 2017: Apologies included in the group exhibition 'Mouth Shut Loud Shouts' at Marabouparken Gallery, Stockholm.

August 2017:  Apologies was screened at Seoul International NewMedia Festival.

Follow the Blacklist Support Group here.



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SOLIDARITY looks at blacklisting in the construction industry where thousands of workers were denied employment for involvement in trade union activism and workplace disputes. Activist led research uncovered links between blacklisting and undercover policing. Featuring construction workers, trade unionists and law students SOLIDARITY demonstrates the impact of being denied human rights and the ongoing fight for transparency and justice.

SOLIDARITY is being made by visual arts organisation City Projects and filmmaker Lucy Parker, who has been working alongside members of the Blacklist Support Group for over four years. The project has generated several short films, exhibitions and events. The 90 minute film is due for completion in March 2019.



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