Sun 8 Sep - Thu 12 Sep 2019
Sun 8 Sep - Thu 12 Sep 2019

91 mins – Ireland / Palestine 2019 – Subtitles – Documentary
Dir: Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell

The Gaza strip is 41 kilometres long and between 6 to12 kilometres wide. Its inhabitants live under the constant threat of violence and upheaval, military action and deprivation; daily life is a struggle. But living in this small and contentious territory does not stop people from dreaming of more.

An Irish-Canadian co-production, Garry Keane & Andrew McConnell’s Gaza is a captivating documentary which examines life in the Gaza strip through the eyes of ordinary people between 2014 and 2018.

Inspired by a photographic series by McConnell, capturing surfers in Gaza, this film highlights real human stories, struggles, and aspirations beyond news reports.

Sun 8 Sep
5pm
Mon 9 Sep
5pm
Tues 10 Sep
5pm
Wed 11 Sep
5pm
Thurs 12 Sep
5pm
A sombre, angry film about a people under political siege
The Guardian
A sombre, angry film about a people under political siege
The Guardian
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