Sunflower Bar, 65 Union Street
25th March: 8.00pm – 10.00pm
NB. This event is now SOLD OUT. However, you can still register below and we'll let you know if any cancellations or additional tickets become available.
A screening of the documentary film Together in Pieces followed by Q&A and panel discussion.
From tanks and guns to spray cans! This inspirational film documents the graffiti revolution that is quietly transforming the political landscape of Northern Ireland, home to the oldest tradition of mural painting in the world.
Together in Pieces is an innovative and stylish take on the impact which the built environment has had on the conditioning of young people in Northern Ireland, specifically in Derry/Londonderry. Commissioned by the Community Relations Council, Together in Pieces has achieved outstanding reviews at major international film festivals, including the first ever Hip Hop Film Festival NYC in Harlem Manhattan (2016) and the Capital Irish Film Festival, Washington DC (2016), the biggest Irish film festival in the USA.
Following the screening there will be an audience Q&A and a panel discussion featuring film makers Eileen Walsh and David Dryden, Adam Turkington of Seedhead Arts and Bill Rolston, Emeritus Professor, Ulster University. The panel will be chaired by Caitriona Mullan, Chair of the International Centre for Local and Regional Development (ICLRD).