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The Stabilizer

Directed by Arizal

  • 1986
  • 99 mins

Peter Goldson, aka The Stabilizer, searches for drug smuggler Greg Rainmaker. Rainmaker killed Goldson's fiancee by kicking her with his spiked shoes, and now Goldson wants revenge. .

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£3

Vessel

Directed by Diana Whitten

‘Vessel’ begins with a young doctor who lived by the sea, and an unlikely idea. Rebecca Gomperts, horrified by the realities created by anti-abortion law around the world, felt compelled to challenge this. Her method: to provide abortions on a ship in offshore waters.

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A Quiet Inquisition

Directed by Holen Sabrina Kahn & Alessandra Zeka

At a public hospital in Nicaragua, OBGYN Dr. Carla Cerrato must choose between following a law that bans all abortions and endangers her patients or taking a risk and providing the care that she knows can save a woman’s life.

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QUIET
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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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mairead mcclean
£5

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
£6