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Mairéad McClean

Belfast Film Festival is delighted to welcome back award-winning filmmaker Mairéad McClean as we present a survey of her work. Mairéad’s films bring together themes of memory, migration and identity, often drawing on personal reflection and family experience.

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Afterimage

A collection of films that use innovative approaches to reflect on legacies of conflict, colonialism and segregation. These films ask us to look again at what appears familiar, and give the sense that violent histories can linger over society just as bright afterimages can be temporarily imprinted i

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Afterimage
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Easter 2016

Graham Reid’s Science Fiction TV film made in 1982. On the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, students at a Northern Irish college mark the event by staging an uprising against the authoritarian regime.

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Easter
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Dag

Meet Dag, a couple’s therapist who holds a 90% divorce rate. His philosophy in life is that people should live alone and he’s happy to share that with his patients.
Dag is a sometimes cynical comedy series, which features a star-studded cast of Norway’s most celebrated actors.

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Dag
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Contact

‘Contact’ follows a platoon of soldiers patrolling the “bandit country” of South Armagh, a hotbed of IRA activity running along the unmarked border between Northern Ireland and the Republic.

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Contact
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Psy – Warriors

‘Psy-Warriors’ explores the military use of psychological operations as writer David Leland poses “the moral dilemma of how far we can torture and degrade prisoners in the name of democracy and freedom”.

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psy-warriors
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Film And The Politics Of Mental Health

This symposium explores the relations between film and the politics of mental health by focussing on the theories and methods of Radical Psychiatry, with particular reference to R. D. Laing and Franco Basalgia, two figures closely associated with that movement and its influence on the post-war count

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Mental Health
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Too Late

Banterflixs Live: BFF Special

OVER the past few years BanterFlix has worked closely with the Belfast Film Festival, but for this year’s programme we’ll be recording a special live edition of our podcast at the Hudson’s Heel Bar on the closing day of this year’s festival.

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Banterflix
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This Changes Everything

Directed by Avi Lewis, and inspired by Naomi Klein’s international non-fiction bestseller ‘This Changes Everything’, the film presents seven powerful portraits of communities on the front lines, from Montana’s Powder River Basin to the Alberta Tar Sands, from the coast of South India to Beijing and

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This Changes Everything
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