From the Emmy, BAFTA and Grierson nominated director, Callum Macrae, comes a powerful forensic investigation of one of the worst atrocities of the Northern Irish “Troubles”. A shocking story which, until this film, was largely unknown outside of the North of Ireland. It tells how, over three days in one small Belfast housing estate in 1971, shootings by the British Army caused the deaths of eleven innocent Catholic civilians, including a priest and a mother of eight. As many as thirty more civilians were shot and injured. But the film is also the inspirational story of the courage and dignity of the families of the dead as they search for the truth.
What does 'progress' mean in the modern age? 'Breakpoint' looks back at 200 years of development to provide an alternative view of our history.More info
A groundbreaking documentary exposing the extent of collusion between Loyalist paramilitaries and the British security forces in Northern Ireland during ’the Troubles’.More info
In Tuam, Ireland, a hidden mass grave containing the remains of some 800 children was discovered on the former grounds of a home for single mothers.More info