Directed by Seán Murray, the film tells the story of eleven unarmed civilians who were killed by the British Parachute Regiment in Ballymurphy, West Belfast in August 1971.
Over forty years on, the film gives a vivid depiction of the tragic event which has become widely known as the ‘Ballymurphy Massacre’, offering eye witness accounts and testimonies from family members.
Showing in Queen’s Film Theatre on Sunday 10th May at 6.00pm. Tickets £4.
Followed by a panel discussion with family members, human rights lawyer Padraig O’ Muirigh who represents Ballymurphy families, director Seán Murray, and Alliance MLA Trevor Lunne.