For a report of IFF 2011, click here.
Singing the Internationale at the end of IFF; listening to debate
Notts councillor Greg Marshall on Labour and the fight against cuts; Jade Baker of NUS Women's Committee in her workshop with Esther Townsend and Rosie Woods on socialist feminism
Liverpool Guild of Students vice president Bob Sutton in the closing session; NUT striker Joe Flynn in the opening film showing
RMT activist Becky Crocker opens Ideas for Freedom by relating the themes of Eisenstein's Strike to the class struggle now. Chair: Daniel Lemberger Cooper
Anarchism or Marxism? Iain McKay debates Martin Thomas. Chair: Heather Shaw
Owen Jones (right) and Daniel Randall, aka the Ruby Kid, on Chavs, the demonisation of the working class and working-class culture
Saturday night: Faryal presents her films Pictures of Zain and What You Looking At?
Paul Hampton on Lenin. Chair: Gemma Short
Janine Booth on Poplar, a Labour council that stood with the working class and successfully defied the last Liberal-Tory coalition, in the 20s
John McDonnell on how, instead of emulating Poplar, Ken Livingstone's GLC sold out. Chair: West Yorkshire councillor Mark Catterall
"It's their wealth that's unsustainable!" Notts NUT secretary Liam Conway gives the final speech of IFF 2011.