The Birmingham Co-operative Film Society is a new-ish film society which screens films to make you think. Their monthy film night raises issues in relation to social justice, the environment, peace, co-operation and human rights.
Screening on 9 September is Erasing David, a thought-provoking documentary about privacy, surveillance and the database state. David Bond lives in one of the most intrusive surveillance states in the world: Britain. He decides to find out how much private companies and the government know about him by putting himself under surveillance and attempting to disappear.
Films start at 7pm and are shown in the Midlands Co-operative Member Relations Centre at the Birmingham & Midland Institute, 9 Margaret Street. B3 3BS. £2.50 for members £4.50 non-members.