Radical Film Network
Part of the point of the RFN is to provoke a range of different answers to this question.
About the Radical Film Network.
The Radical Film Network was founded in London in 2013 when a group of activists, academics, filmmakers and programmers involved in radical film culture met to discuss the ways in which they could work together to support its development, growth and sustainability.
What is ‘radical’ film culture?
Part of the point of the RFN is to provoke a range of different answers to this question. Clearly, ‘radicalism’ is a concept with a diverse range of applications and ‘radical film’ can be used to describe a wide range of cultural practices. However, for those involved with the RFN, ‘radicalism’ refers first and foremost to a political affiliation to progressive politics and struggles for social justice – from workers’ rights and environmental sustainability to gender, racial and sexual equality.