A film about the experiences of workers for trade union involvement.
The project is so far supported by Arts Council England, the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust, Jerwood Foundation, and donations from unions and individuals. The film is supported by the Blacklist Support Group. The film is due for completion by the end of 2017 when there will be a special screening to thank all donors. It will be shown widely at cinema screenings, community events, art galleries, film festivals and available on Video On Demand. It will also be made freely available to campaigning groups. Please follow the above link to make a donation, thank you.
The construction industry blacklist operated in secret to systematically deny work to thousands of workers involved in trade union activity.
Unable to find work over many years and without understanding why, the blacklist had detrimental effects on their lives, creating paranoia, isolation and poverty.
is being made by visual arts organisation and filmmaker . We are currently raising money to produce the film and to allow it to reach a wide audience. The film is supported by the Blacklist Support Group.