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The housing market: is it designed to ensure people have somewhere to live, or is it designed for the rich to get richer and everybody else to cope (or not, as the case may be)? Push starts with the ordinary people at the sharp end of things – the ones who get evicted and priced out – and describes the process by which they are rendered homeless. Then we start to see the bigger picture: multimillion-pound homes in Central London are bought and kept deliberately empty, mere assets. It’s a situation that has been getting worse and worse as successive governments allow the wealthy and powerful to get away with metaphorical murder.

Followed by a FilmBath interview with director Fredrik Gertten

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With huge thanks to both our Gold Stars: IMDb, Earthsong, GWR and BFI Filmhub SW and to our Silver Stars: HSH Motor Group, Marshfield Farm Ice Cream, Bath BID, GoCompere, The Norie Trust, Solitude, FCB Studios, TSL Consulting and No15 Gt Pultney.

Ticket prices

Standard £9
Concession £7

Fredrik Gertten

Leilani Farha

92 min


Release year


Short film
No Place, Laura Kavanaugh, Ireland, UK, 8m

Preview screening courtesy of Sky