Belfast Film Festival

12th – 21st April 2018

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1968: The Day the Troubles Began

Directed by Michael Fanning

The protest movements that broke out across the western world in 1968 had captured the imagination of many people in Northern Ireland, leading to the creation of a local civil rights movement that began a series of marches and protests calling for greater equality for the Catholic/nationalist minority.

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1968: The Day the Troubles Began
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Camlo

Directed by David Moody

Camlo tells the story of a young Roma boy, born and raised in Belfast, as he attempts to find his footing in a city that does not fully accept him.

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Camlo
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Women and the Law Collective

Women & the Law Collective produced an incredible body of work, all produced in 1986 they explore the state of the UK legal system and its means of control through immigration law and forced economic dependency to maintain race, class, and gender hierarchies.

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Women and the Law Collective
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Night of the Living Dead

Directed by George A. Romero

When asked about his film’s reflection of those turbulent times, director George Romero stated that “it was 1968, man... everybody had a ‘message’. The anger and attitude and all that’s there is just because it was the Sixties...’’

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Ron Hutchinson: In Conversation

Directed by Ron Hutchinson

From Islandmagee to the Island of Doctor Moreau. The Emmy Award winning Hollywood screenwriter Ron Hutchinson grew up in Mullaghbuoy in Northern Ireland and spent thirty years working in Hollywood as well as writing for the stage internationally.

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£7

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