Belfast Film Festival

12th – 21st April 2018

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Talking Film

Screenwriters, writers, broadcasters talk about the film making process and film history

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
£6

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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
£3
Venue: The MAC

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Banterflixs Live: BFF Special

OVER the past few years BanterFlix has worked closely with the Belfast Film Festival, but for this year’s programme we’ll be recording a special live edition of our podcast at the Hudson’s Heel Bar on the closing day of this year’s festival.

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Banterflix
£Free
Venue: Hudson Bar

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Before The Flood

Directed by Fisher Stevens

Leonardo DiCaprio teams up with fellow actor and Academy Award-winning producer of The Cove (2010), Fisher Stevens, to ring alarm bells on climate change.

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before-the-flood
£5
Venue: The MAC

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