Dublinís free political cinema presents itís March 2017 screenings
After a long hibernation we would like to welcome you all back with three very interesting films. We will be in our home away from home, The Ireland Institute (also known as The Pearse Centre). Fortunately due to two welcome donations from members we are able to continue for another year as a free cinema. We would like to thank these two donors (they know who the are)
Venue: The Pearse Centre, 27 Pearse Centre, Dublin 2
Date: Saturday 25th March 2017
Admission Free (as usual)
3pm Je Suis Russia (2016)
Director: Regis Tremblay Ė (40mins)
The director makes a voyage of discovery around present-day Russia to listen to what ordinary people think about subjects such as the possibility of war, their president and other topics. He discovers that Russians, like most people want peace and harmony in the world. They do not want to dominate. They want respect and a place at the table. They are resisting US attempts to dominate and create a unipolar world. Their vision is for a multipolar world.
3.45pm The Asylum Market (2016)
Brass Moustache Films (25mins)
The Asylum Market, exposes the dire conditions that asylum seekers in Britain suffer in accommodation provided by security firm G4S. The film is so damning that its producer, Mark Donne, said the BBC refused to broadcast it following G4S lobbying.
4.15pm Money Puzzles (2016)
Director: Michael Chanan - (58mins)
Money Puzzles addresses the misunderstandings about money and debt to be found in both the media and everyday life. It questions the falsehoods and distortions of the economics on which austerity politics is based.