Set in Belfast during the Troubles, protagonist Maeve (Mary Jackson) comes home from London for a visit where she encounters characters from her past such as her ex-boyfriend Liam (John Keegan) and her sister Roisin(Brid Brennan).

Asking questions about feminism, nationalism and the place of women in the Troubles, Pat Murphy’s debut feature film shifts between time-frames and story lines challenging the viewer to stitch the story together and avoiding the conventions of mainstream filmmaking.

This screening is part of WANDA, a four day feminism and moving image event and the first of its kind in Belfast. ​The event will include film screenings, talks, performances and panel discussions on subjects relating to feminist moving image practice, and how feminism continues to inform and inspire moving image works of many forms.

www.wandabelfast.com