Robin Hood Tax Screening
Other Side of the Game

Robin Hood Tax Screening

Running Time: 165 mins

Screening:

 

 


 

The Robin Hood tax campaign is a calling for a tiny tax on banks to raise billions to help fight poverty at home, and abroad and tackle climate change.

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THE ROBIN HOOD TAX: THE MOST IMPORTANT IDEA OF OUR GENERATION?
The Robin Hood Tax presents an evening of short film screenings and debate. Screenings of some of the most exciting campaign films from around the world, including winners of Robin Hood Tax short film competition. Short films and online activism for social change – Does It Work?

Panellists include:

Franny Armstrong: Director of The Age of Stupid, McLibel, Drowned Out. Founder of 10:10 campaign.
Julie Allen: Head of Creative + Digital at MTV Networks
Kathyrn Llewellyn: Kathryn Llewellyn is a campaigning and fundraising mastermind and international development guru
Adam Askew: Oxfam + Robin Hood tax campaign manager

Join the exciting Q&A discussion with a panel of experts.Free drinks reception after the screenings.
Tuesday 5th October 7.30-9.30
Apollo Cinema, 19 Lower Regent Steet
London SW1Y 4LR 

We think the Robin Hood Tax could be the most important idea of this generation. What do you think?

 

All films to be screened at:

Apollo Cinema: Piccadilly Circus
19 Lower Regent Street
London
SW1Y 4LR