Rachel Julca, Colourful Houses

They say a true artist is one that doesn’t create because they can; they create because they must. Rachel Julca is an artist of the latter persuasion. ‘Ever since I can remember I was…

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Mary Meets Mohammad Screening Belfast

Part of UK National Hate Crime Awareness Week. Northern Ireland Community of Refugees and Asylum Seekers (NICRAS) alongside the Housing Exectutive present the multi award winning doc, Mary Meets…

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Voices of The New Belfast Documentary

The inspiration for this film project came from the outrage that a group of us felt at the stories in the news of attacks on immigrants in Sydenham, people being denied housing and the whole…

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Africa Day 2015

Infusion of colour, a smile and a burst of taste, the click of a tongue and the rhythm of the drum is how I would best describe the memory of a sunny day in Bangor Museum, where young and old came…

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Two Hours of Africa.

Two hours of Africa.  Quite a challenge given that Africa is a continent and not a country, let me reiterate that, Africa is not a country.  Yes, it is in fact made up of 54 counties and has…

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Beyond Right and Wrong. Film Review

On Friday 13th March, The Centre for Democracy and Peace Building and Queens Film Theatre presented a showing of the must see documentary Beyond Right and Wrong: Stories of Justice and…

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Trash. Film Review

Last year we saw very dramatic publicised protests against the spending of large amounts of public funds in Brazil, which were used towards organising the Brazilian 2014 World Cup. The…

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