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Quarantine Film Club

Join Sheffield Transformed for their Quarantine Film Club, a series of films on political themes that you enjoy from home in the online company of others.

The club will be using Netflix Party to synchronise Netflix streaming and allow everyone watching to join in a group chat.

To take part you'll need:

The group have already held online screenings of films including Made in Dagenham, Knock Down the House, and What Happened, Miss Simone.

There's a screening happening most nights, plus the occasional quiz. Keep an eye on the organisers' Facebook page for details on how to join.

Sheffield Transformed is a group of Labour supporters encouraging political education through public discussion, debate, arts and culture.

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