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The Far Side of Revenge

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Teya Sepinuck is the bomb disposal expert of troubled spirits. Her hybrid form of drama puts marginalised people at the core of a new type of performance in which they perform their own, often shocking, stories to the public. The documentary The Far Side of Revenge explores her engagement in 2010/11 with a group of Northern Irish women from backgrounds and histories so diverse that it would be impossible to imagine them sharing a space, let alone creating a public, cultural event together.

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Teach Ionadh / Wonder House

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Teach Ionadh / Wonder House explores the creative process by inviting scientists to recall those childhood memories that sparked their imaginations. Using these recollections as a starting point, it celebrates the role of play in the early development of a love for science and art.

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How did the man who, more than any other, paved the way for a French national cinema come to be completely forgotten, especially so in France? How is it that what little attention is paid to him centres on his alleged career as a pioneer and performer in early gay and BDSM porn?

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Blood Rising

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Juárez is nicknamed ‘the capital of murdered women.’ The Mexican border city of 1.5 million inhabitants draws tens of thousands of young women from small, poor towns with $55-a-week jobs in the factories owned by corporations such as General Electric and DuPont.

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Broken Song

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‘People look at us and they see the stereotype, “they’re this, they’re that…they’re scumbags”. You’ve got to show them how good you are, you’ve got to whip out a tune that they couldn’t write in their dreams.’ Git

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A Vision: The Life and Death of WB Yeats

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An avowedly experimental film-poem taking the audience on an emotional and cinematic journey deep into the strange life and extraordinary imagination of iconic poet WB Yeats.

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