news & screenings

11/13/06

 

LIKE A SHIP IN THE NIGHT, about the experiences of Irish women seeking abortions in England, has been awarded grants from the Gerbode Foundation, PIFVA, Ipas, and the Princess Grace Foundation. Thanks to Barbara Crane,Traci Baird, Kirsten Sherk, Katie Early, Cynthia Greenlee-Donnell and Ellen Mitchell of Ipas, filmmakers Janet Goldwater and Sharon Mullally,DP Amanda Whittenberger, and to assistant producer Kieran McBride and all the women who volunteered to be photographed for this piece. Click here for screenings.

 

THE ROAD OF WOMEN: VOICES OF IRISH WOMEN POLITICAL PRISONERS is being distributed by the Cinema Guild.

 

THERE SHOULD BE JUSTICE: ON THE ROAD WITH PADRAIGIN DRINAN was awarded a PIFVA subsidy for a sound mix. Thanks to PIFVA, John Anthony and MAJA Audio Group.

 

Also recently completed is the “Irish Women Promoting Gender Equality” series, commissioned by the Irish Government's Gender Equality Unit for use in their training programs - Huge thanks to Julia Long and the NDP Gender Equality Unit for making that possible!