15 NOV - 5 DEC 2021




Isabel is a cleaner, hourly-paid teacher and researcher in the same British university. Her story stands as an example of the increasing casualisation of university labour and its human consequences. Filmed during the 2018–2020 UK higher education strikes, #PrecarityStory exposes the little-known reality of the academic precariat and fuels the ongoing public debate on the devastating effects of neoliberal policies in British higher education.


Lorena Cervera is a documentary maker, researcher and teacher. She graduated in journalism from the UV and has an MA in production from the UPF and a diploma in creative documentary from the Universidad del Valle, Colombia. She has worked as a director, director of photography and film editor on Dr. Moisès Broggi, I Wasn’t Always Dressed Like This, Changing of the Guard and Pilas.
Isabel Seguí investigates Latin American working women's nonfiction filmmaking. Her work has won awards from the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies and been published in a number of journals and books.