Disappear Here Film Club with ChangeMakers Donegal

Disappear Here Film Club with ChangeMakers Donegal

05apr7:30 pm9:30 pmDisappear Here Film Club with ChangeMakers DonegalCarndonagh

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The Disappear Here Film Club, in partnership with The Henry Girls, is hosting a screening of “Freedom to Run” on April 5, 2024, at the Colgan Hall in Carndonagh from 7.30 PM to 9:30 PM.

Pre-book now to reserve your €5 ticket.

The film highlights the restrictions on freedom of movement in the West Bank.

After the screening, there will be a post-show discussion and Palestinian food, Fairtrade tea, and coffee. Everyone is welcome to join the Henry Girls at McClure’s Bar for music.

The post-show discussion will be chaired by Michael McLaughlin, producer of the Disappear Here Film Festival, and will feature Majida Al Askari, Palestinian activist, artist and member of the Inishowen Palestine Solidarity Group, and Miriam Killeney of the Inishowen Palestine Solidarity Group.

The Disappear Here Film Club is raising funds for Medical Aid for Palestine at this event. Tickets cost €5 (which you are asked to pay in cash at the door on the night) and additional donations will be welcome on the night too.

Booking here now will pre-book your seat and add your name to the attendance list. We ask that you email changemakers@inishowen.ie with Cancellation in the subject line if you wish to cancel your ticket.  

*** Please note that there has been a venue change from Wesley Hall to the Colgan Hall due to demand**

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Time

(Friday) 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm(GMT+01:00)

Location

Colgan Hall

Chapel St, Churchland Quarters(Carrowtemple Moneyshandoney And Carrick), Carndonagh, Co. Donegal

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