Saturday 18th November at 7pm to 9pm, Museum of Free Derry
The Bloody Sunday Trust in partnership with the Foyle Film Festival is proud to host this event. Seán Murray Director/Producer/Writer from Belfast, has made a number of dramas/documentaries that have been screened both on broadcast TV and in cinemas internationally. His work mainly reflects the social, economic and political landscape of the North of Ireland with a particular view to redressing particular historical events during the recent conflict. As part of this year’s festival local film maker Margo Harkin will chair this talk with Seán, asking questions about his work and how growing up in Belfast has shaped his outlook and career.
The Bloody Sunday Trust is a registered charity and it relies on donations to host events and continue its work on peace-building, campaigning and educational programmes. This event is free but there is a suggested donation of £3 per ticket.
Show starts at 7pm so come early to avoid disappointment. We look forward to welcoming you on the night.
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