Katniss Everdeen voluntarily takes her younger sister’s place in the Hunger Games, a televised fight to the death in which two teenagers from each of the twelve Districts of Panem are chosen at random to compete.
Hillview Retail Park, Crumlin Rd, Belfast BT13 1
The event will take place at Hillview Retail Park. Audience members must access the site via the Hillview Rd which is off the Crumlin Rd. Marshals will be on hand to direct you to the screening area.
When Faith Moves Mountains
Francis Alÿs visited Lima before the collapse of the Fujimori government and found ‘a desperate situation. He returned to organise this project. 500 volunteers were equipped with shovels and asked to form a single line in order to displace by 10cm a 500m long sand dune from its original position. For Alÿs the action dramatised the principle of ‘maximum effort, minimal result’ yet it was also a monumental achievement that was realised through a process of communal co-operation.
Film by Marrowbone Youth Club Forum
20 young people from Marrowbone Youth Club donned hoodies and proceeded to explode the usual stereotypes. Marrowbone Youth Club does wonderful work with very limited resources and this short film explores barriers between generations as well looking at north Belfast from a different angle. The film was directed by Zhenia Mahdi-Nau with special thanks to Angela Cairns and Patsy Godfrey.
About Invisible Barriers: Moving Images
A Creative Belfast project presented by Draw Down the Walls and Belfast Film FestivalDraw Down the Walls is a collaboration between Golden Thread Gallery, North Belfast Interface Network and Lower Shankill Community Association
Invisible Barriers: Moving Images is a Creative Belfast project funded by Belfast City Council and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland