John Archer is the producer of the fifteen hour long Peabody Award winning The Story of Film: An Odyssey which premiered at TIFF, selling to 35 territories. He has produced over 600 hours of UK network television, including The Director’s Place and has two BAFTA awards. He has directed films for the BBC and Channel 4. As founding Chief Executive of Scottish Screen he backed My Name is Joe, Morven Callar, Sweet Sixteen and The Magdalene Sisters. In 2015 he produced two new feature documentaries which premiered at international festivals: Mark Cousins’ I Am Belfast and Atomic: Living in Dread and Promise.
Clara Glynn is an award winning writer and director who works in drama and documentary. Her documentaries include I Met Adolf Eichmann and Iran Hostage Crisis for the BBC and Hidden Jews of Berlin for Channel 4. As well as television drama she has written theatre plays, radio drama and an opera libretto.
Liam Barrington-Bush is an author, activist and facilitator. He believes that people are better at organising themselves, than politicians, bosses or any other selection of white men in suits that usually try to do it for us. He has been involved in, documented and supported housing and land rights struggles in the UK, Mexico and Canada. He wrote, crowd-funded and self-published a book called ‘Anarchists in the Boardroom‘ looking at enabling self-organisation in NGOs, charities and trade unions and has written about people organising themselves without leaders in the context of Mexican Indigenous land defence movements, migrants camps in France, Greek factory worker occupations and UK families fighting for their homes. He has been involved in Accidental Anarchist, primarily as a researcher, since 2014.
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