“The film details the killing of over 120 civilians by members of the British Army and members of the local police force, the RUC, in a period between 1972 and 1978.”

“What this film is about, is to give voice to victims who were never afforded that voice during the conflict but it also has ramifications in regards to what Britain is doing presently in Afghanistan, in Iraq and elsewhere. It’s also about reclaiming our cultural memory, it’s about people who come from my community saying we do have a voice and we do have a story to tell about the conflict.”

‘Unquiet Graves’ screened at the Penrith Gaels Club on May 1 and will screen at Paddington’s Chauvel Cinema on May 3 and at Melbourne’s Kino Cinema on May 10 as part of the Irish Film Festival

Listen to the full interview above – aired on 2SER and Film Fight Club

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