activism

Monday 12th February, 2018, 7:00PM

Radicals: Outsiders Changing the World

In the last few years the world has changed in unexpected ways. The influence of radical groups and ideas is growing. What was once considered extreme is now the mainstream. But what is the real power of radicals?


Wednesday 7th February, 2018, 7:00 PM

Kleptoscope 8: Exposing Kleptocracy, and Paying the Price

The first Kleptoscope of 2018 focusses on the price paid by those who expose grand corruption, and asks what we in Britain can do about it


Thursday, 19th October, 2017 07:00 PM

Disappearing Acts. Meet The Families at the Forefront of China’s Human Rights Violations.

Since President Xi Jin Ping came to power 4 years ago, hundreds of Chinese citizens have vanished on the orders of the Communist government, under the guise of anti-corruption leads. These are frequently followed by public confessions from high-profile figures. The Frontline Club, in partnership with Christian Solidarity Worldwide will be hosting Grace Gao, and Angela Gui as part of a panel discussion to share their personal experiences of the mysterious disappearances of both of their activist fathers.


April 8, 2016

An Evening with Molly Crabapple: Drawing Blood

We live in an age of frenetic journalism. When the internet can deliver any snapshot of the world to us at the press of a button, it is easy to forget that there are some places the camera cannot go. 


Monday 25 January 2016, 7:00 PM

Making Change: Documentary Filmmaking and Social Impact

A panel of filmmakers and industry professionals will come together to discuss how they’ve carried their messages beyond the screen to incite engagement from viewers and response to social issues and injustices. Subjects to be discussed include storytelling methods for inspiring action, building campaigns through multimedia platforms, and engaging with the journalistic community.


Tuesday 10 November 2015, 7:00 PM

Al Jazeera Preview Screening – Kisilu: The Climate Diaries + Q&A

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with producer Hugh Hartford.

Kisilu tells the story of Kisilu Musya, a Kenyan farmer living at the front line of our changing climate. The film intimately documents his family’s struggle against the extreme storms and drought that threaten to destroy their home and crops. Determined to educate his community about methods to combat the damaging impact of extreme weather, Kisilu becomes an impassioned advocate of climate change awareness.


September 15, 2015

How To Change the World: Lessons from Greenpeace

By Antonia Roupell The screening on Monday 14 September at the Frontline Club lived up to its bold name. How to Change The World, directed by Jerry Rothwell, journeys to the beginnings of the environmental movement and organisation, Greenpeace. As heartwarming as it is harrowing, the film is an homage to non-violent activism. From the bomb tests […]


Thursday 29 - Saturday 31 October, 2015

Green Caravan Film Festival at the Frontline Club

The Green Caravan Film Festival (GCFF) is a travelling festival of environmental and socially conscious films. It has toured Kuwait and Dubai for four years and now makes its London debut with screenings at the Frontline Club in west London and Rich Mix in east London.  The Frontline Club will be hosting three days of screenings showcasing the best of the festival, taking place in the evenings on 29-31 October.


Wednesday 23 September 2015, 7:00 PM

Screening: A Syrian Love Story + Q&A

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Sean McAllister.

Amer, 45, met Raghda, 40, in a Syrian prison cell 15 years ago. Over months they communicated through a tiny hole they’d secretly made in the wall. They fell in love and when released, married and started a family together. This film tells the poignant story of their family torn apart by the tyrannical Assad dictatorship.


Monday 14 September 2015, 7:00 PM

Screening: How to Change the World + Q&A

This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Jerry Rothwell.

In 1971, a group of friends sail into a nuclear test zone, and their protest captures the world’s imagination. Using never-before-seen archive footage that brings their extraordinary world to life, How To Change The World is the story of the pioneers who founded Greenpeace and defined the modern green movement.