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Bloody Bloody Belgium: a history of the underground 1977-2014

‘Bloody Bloody Belgium: a history of the underground 1977-2014’, directed by Roy Wallace.

Documentary

Room For One [Anfiteatro Nobre], Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto, Porto

Free

Duration: 77’

Film in English

 

 

Synopsis:

A documentary video history of the development of aesthetic and political aspects of the Belgian punk movement firmly rooted in a DIY. ethos which relied on individual spontaneous contributions outside of any social or commercial structures. This activity had particular characteristics of social affluence different to other similar movements elsewhere in Europe but argues that this small diverse punk scene had a valuable impact on facilitating the growth and development of the punk scene world-wide.

 

Links:

http://nectar.northampton.ac.uk/10276/

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