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Still the Enemy Within wins
Sheffield DocFest 2014 Audience Award!

We are incredibly excited to announce Still the Enemy Within, has been selected by cinemagoers as the audience favourite at the International Sheffield Documentary Festival.

Watch the trailer here:

Playing to sold-out rooms throughout its run at the festival, the film’s passion, sense of justice and extraordinary images resonated with audiences, who voted in droves for the only award chosen by ordinary viewers.

“It means a great deal to us to know that people not only enjoyed our film, but felt strongly about it enough to give us their votes, especially considering the quality of the competition,” says director Owen Gower. “We are immensely honoured to have worked with some of the finest people I have ever met, and to have been allowed to tell their story. I just hope that more people will have the chance to be inspired by their courage through our movie, just as I have.”

Overall the team had a fantastic team in Sheffield and would like to thank everyone who attended and supported both screenings. You can see a full list of reviews of the film on our press page here

With the roaring success of the premiere behind them, the filmmakers will be keeping up the pace after Sheffield, with a special showing at the Durham Miners’ Gala on July 13th.

Full cinematic release is tentatively scheduled for Autumn 2014, with further funding sought for distribution.

Check out some of the great pictures from the premiere below!

Special Durham Miners Hall screening

to be hosted by Paul Mason

Fresh from its  sell-out premiere at the International Sheffield Documentary Festival, where it won the prestigious Audience Award Still the Enemy Within will be screened at the iconic Durham Miners Hall on 13th JulyWith an introduction by a Paul Mason, Economic Editor for Channel 4 News (personal capacity) followed by  a Q&A with the team, this event promises to be a fantastic end to the 2014 Durham Miners Gala.
Time: 13.00 
Location: Miners Hall Durham
Tickets: £7/£5 plus booking fee.
The screening is being organised with Thompsons Solicitors and Durham NUM

This event is likely to be a sell out so book early to avoid disappointment!

Update on rewards, upcoming screenings and distribution....

Some people have been getting in contact regarding rewards, DVD’s and future screenings.
With regards to the rewards promised - we will be sending out all the rewards before the film’s wider release in autumn. We cannot send out downloads or DVDs until then, as we are still filming the very exciting DVD extras and raising money to clear the licences for wider distribution. We thank you for your patient and continued support!

As for future screenings, we are hoping to release the film in cinemas in the autumn.  However, we must raise money to clear the costs of a cinema licence. The film contains the largest single collection of archive footage ever collected about the strike, which makes it amazing but very expensive. We currently have a festival licence and must raise additional funds over the next month to guarantee our release.

This is your film and would not be possible without your donations and support. We are going to need even more help if you want to see the film in cinemas.  We are not asking for more donations from our backers, but if you know someone who has not donated or might be interested in investing in the film’s release, please do get in touch. 

All the best from the Bad Bonobo team!
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