Why can’t we afford to live in our own cities anymore?


Back in cinemas from Friday 1st July featuring a new introduction from director Fredrik Gertten and Leilani Farha, former United Nations Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing and subject of the documentary

Release in support of The Grenfell Foundation

Housing prices are skyrocketing in cities around the world. Incomes are not.

Push sheds light on a new kind of faceless landlord, our increasingly unliveable cities and an escalating crisis that has an effect on us all. This is not gentrification, it’s a different kind of monster.

The film follows Leilani Farha, the UN Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, as she’s travelling the globe, trying to understand who’s being pushed out of the city and why.

Push was released in the UK with a combined impact campaign generating conversations at a regional level about the film’s subject matter.

Following its truncated release in cinemas Spring 2020, we are making Push available for theatrical screenings once again to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Grenfell Tragedy, and in support of our friends at the charity The Grenfell Foundation.

PUSH quad poster

Released spring 2020

  • Director: Fredrik Gertten
  • Year: Sweden 2019
  • Duration: 92 minutes
  • Cert: 12A
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Production company: WG Film

Official website

“Fredrik Gertten’s lively, approachable documentary on the global housing crisis should leave audiences feeling engaged, enraged and with plenty to discuss afterwards.”

Allen Hunter
Screen International

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