In the wake of the most momentous event in modern British political history, director Timothy George Kelly travelled the length of the UK, speaking to people on both sides of the Brexit divide.
What emerges is a powerful, insightful, often emotive portrait of a divided nation, still uncertain about what the future holds. Making a conscious effort to hear from people holding wildly opposing views, Kelly’s film subtly mines issues of class, environment, landscape, and opportunity, in a potent and timely snapshot of Brexit Britain.
Starring Noam Chomsky, Saskia Sassen, Guy Standing, Nick Srnicek, Heidi Mirza & Federico Campagna
Sheffield Doc/Fest, CPH:DOX, East End Film Festival Official Selections
Featured in Six fearless new documentaries you need to see – Dazed Magazine
This event is presented in partnership with Sheffield Doc/Fest and includes a post-film discussion and Q&A
Post-film discussion and Q&A moderated by JJ Tatten of the Warren Youth Project with:
Timothy George Kelly, director of Brexitannia
Councillor Terence Smith, Former Mayor of Goole
Brigitta Laszlo, Eastern European Champion, Humber All Nations Alliance
Dan Bond, Deputy Chair of West Hull and Hessle, Hull Conservative Party
The film will be preceded by a performance from Hull poet Jodie Langford of her piece “Flex It”.
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