Filed under: Milwaukee area | Tags: anarchy, CCC, copenhagen, Denmark, documentary, film, milwaukee, police, punk, riot, riverwest, squating, ungdomshuset
at the CCC (732 E Clarke St.)
From the film summary:
“Ungdomshuset (literally “the Youth House”) was the popular name of the building formally named Folkets Hus (“House of the People”) located on Jagtvej 69 in Nørrebro, Copenhagen, which functioned as an underground scene venue for music and rendezvous point for varying anarchist and leftist groups from 1982 until 2007. On 1 March 2007 Ungdomshuset was cleared of its occupants by the police at about 7:00 in the morning, sparking days of intense rioting and giving birth to a widespread social movement that fought for a new space for alternative culture.
“69″, directed and shot by first-time filmmaker Nikolaj Viborg, looks at the dramatic events leading up to the authorities clearing Ungdomshuset on 1 March 2007 and the conflict that ensued. The film recently won the prestigious talent New Nordic Voices award at Nordisk Panorama 2008.”
This is a Free Screening, with possibly a discussion after the end of the film if people who come are interested.