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Mairin de Burca: A Loner’s Instinct

Directed by Cathal Black

A profile of the 80-year-old feminist and activist, from her childhood in Chicago and her involvement in Sinn Féin to her founding of the Irish Women’s Liberation Movement. De Burca has been jailed (for her anti-Vietnam War activities) and fined (for her attacks on Richard Nixon’s car during a visit to Ireland in 1970).

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Mairin de Burca: A Loner's Instinct
£6.5/£4

When All Is Ruin Once Again

Directed by Keith Welsh

At the beginning of the Anthropocenen Epoch, a rural community carve out their lives while a motorway ploughs forth through their landscape. It goes no further than the town of Gort in the west of Ireland, halted by the dawn of a financial crisis.

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When All Is Ruin Once Again
£5/£3.50

Memory Room & Floating Structures

Directed by Feargal Ward, Adrian Duncan

Feargal Ward (filmmaker) and Adrian Duncan (writer/artist) screen 2 films from their most recent collaboration. Interested in the documentary hybrid form and its presentation in both international film festival and contemporary art contexts, these works showcase their emerging aesthetic in both short and long formats.

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Memory Room & Floating Structures
£6.50/£4

Bojayá: Caught in the Crossfire

Directed by Oisín Kearney

In 2008, when The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) launched a homemade mortar onto a church in Bojayá, many were hiding from crossfire between the left-wing FARC and right-wing paramilitaries. Leyner Palacios survived, but 28 of his family members did not. The Bojayá massacre was one of the worst atrocities in Colombia’s 50 year-long conflict.

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Bojaya: Caught in the Crossfire
£6.5/£4

Gaza

Directed by Garry Keane, Andrew McConnell

It's hard to imagine anybody living a normal life in the Gaza strip. Frequently labeled as the world's largest open-air prison, it makes an apperance on news reports every time a confrontation erupts between Israel and Hamas.

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£7/£5
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Easter Screenings with CQT: Moana

Directed by Ron Clements, John Musker, Chris Williams (IX) , Don Hall

  • US
  • 2016
  • 103 mins

Three thousand years ago, the greatest sailors in the world voyaged across the vast Pacific, discovering the many islands of Oceania. But then, for a millennium, their voyages stopped - and no one knows exactly why.

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Easter Screenings With Cqt: Moana
£FREE

Easter Screenings with CQT: The Muppets

Directed by James Bobin

  • US
  • 2011
  • 102 mins

On vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world's biggest Muppet fan, and his friends Gary (Jason Segel) and Mary (Amy Adams) from Smalltown, USA, discover the nefarious plan of oilman Tex Richman (Chris Cooper) to raze the Muppet Theater and drill for the oil recently discovered beneath the Muppets' former stomping grounds.

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£FREE

Curse of Snakes Valley

Directed by Marek Piestrak

Anyone not interested in a slow moving 1988 Polish/Russian Science FIction Indiana-Jones-inspired Prometheus precursor with end credits written in Data 70 has no place at this info feed and should unsubscribe immediately.

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Auto Draft
£3

Vermillion Eyes

Directed by Nathan Schiff

Be sure to click 'like' and then utterly fail to bother to attend this screening of VERMILLION EYES, Nathan Schiff's harrowing, interdimensional 8mm masterclass on how to divine solid gold from one's own steaming excrement.

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Vermillion Eyes
£3

Kathryn Elkin Films

Directed by Kathryn Elkin

Elkin’s performance and video works concern role-playing and improvising, alongside experiments with the outtake and clowning on set. She has an ongoing interest in shared cultural memory (as produced by popular music, television and cinema) and the melding of this information to biographical memory.

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Kathryn Elkin Films
£5/£3.50