Together in Pieces FILM and Q & A with Eileen Walsh and David Drysden

A new 20-minute documentary short, which launched at the Nerve Centre in Derry~Londonderry this week, will address the evolving face of Northern Ireland’s graffitied streets and the efforts being made to transform them. Commissioned by the Community Relations Council, Together in Pieces will be shown as part of ther Fermanagh LIVE festival In Fermanagh House at 8pm Monday 9th October

Two years in the making, the film – produced and directed by Eileen Walsh alongside co-director David Dryden – seeks to illustrate the changes that are occurring across the country, but in the North-West in particular, as divisive, sectarian murals and slogans give way to the kind of positive street art which harnesses, rather than exploits, the creativity of those living in segregated communities.

Together in Pieces Trailer-HD from David Dryden on Vimeo.

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