ARCHIVE AT LUNCHTIME SEPTEMBER 2017: DOUBLE BILL

Stephen Burke

Book Tickets

Join us for free lunchtime screenings of films from the IFI Irish Film Archive.
Simply collect your tickets at the IFI Box Office. 

Stephen Burke – early works
This month we screen two early Northern Irish narratives by Stephen Burke, director of new feature Maze, which opens on September 22nd.

after ’68
1960s Derry. Freda (Deirdre Mulloy), a teenage girl and child of a brief, illicit liaison between a Catholic woman (Ger Ryan) and a Protestant city councillor (Brian McGrath), tries to lead a normal life against the backdrop of the emerging civil rights movement.
FILM INFO: 25 mins, 1993

81
Belfast, 1981. A French film crew visit the city to cover the story of Bobby Sands and the Hunger Strikes. They interview a Catholic and Protestant family, living within feet of each other, similar in every way but for their politics.
FILM INFO: 28 mins, 1997

Notes by Sunniva O’Flynn.

Screenings

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