<i>Tyneside Story</i>, film still, 1944. © North East Film Archive

Tyneside Story, film still, 1944. © North East Film Archive

Humphrey Jennings, The Silent Village, 1943. Courtesy BFI

Humphrey Jennings, The Silent Village, 1943. Courtesy BFI

Marc Karlin, A Dream from the Bath, 1985. Courtesy Marc Karlin Archive

Berwick Street Collective, Nightcleaners, 1975. Courtesy the artists and LUX, London

Pallavi Paul, Long Hair, Short Ideas, 2014. Courtesy the artist and Project 88, Mumbai

Haim Sokol, Testimony, 2015. Courtesy the artist

Madhusudhanan, The Marx Archive – Logic of Disappearance, 2014. Courtesy the artist

Dziga Vertov, Enthusiasm: Symphony of the Donbas, 1930. Courtesy Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre, Kyiv

Sergei Loznitsa, Revue, 2008. Courtesy New Wave Films

Marc Karlin, Utopias, 1989. Courtesy Marc Karlin Archive

Heorhii Shkliarevsky, Levels of Democracy, 1992. Courtesy Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Centre, Kyiv

Sergei Loznitsa, The Event, 2015. Courtesy Atoms & Void

Claire Fontaine, Untitled (Someone is getting rich.), 2012. Courtesy the artist

Roee Rosen, Buried Alive Group Videos: Historical Joke #3, 2013. Courtesy the artist

Dan Perjovschi, <i>Shenzhen</i>, 2015. Courtesy the artist

Dan Perjovschi, Shenghen, 2015. Courtesy the artist

Hugo Canoilas, Revolution is also happiness, 2008. Courtesy the artist

Naeem Mohaiemen, United Red Army (The Young Man Was…, Part 1), 2012. Courtesy the artist

Eric Baudelaire, The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi and 27 Years without Images, 2011. Courtesy the artist and LUX, London

Eric Baudelaire, The Ugly One, 2013. Courtesy the artist and LUX, London

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