BFI Film Academy Recommends: Lyra + Q&A

BBFC Ratingf-rated FilmBFI Film Academy Recommends: Lyra + Q&A

Showing: 06 December 2022

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Tue 6 Dec 2022

Certificate15
Year2022
GenreDocumentary
DirectorAlison Millar
LanguageEnglish
CountryUK
Running Time1HR 32MINS
SeasonMain Programme

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The next in our series of BFI Film Academy Recommends events is a screening of the beautiful and heartfelt Lyra, directed by BAFTA-winning filmmaker Alison Millar, and presented in partnership with Docs Ireland. Alison will take part in a post-screening discussion, exploring her work as a director and producer.

Through a rich archive of audio recordings, field notes and interviews with those who knew her, Lyra tells the story of the internationally renowned Northern Irish investigative journalist Lyra McKee. The result is a complex picture of Northern Ireland’s political history, bringing into sharp focus the ways in which the 1998 Good Friday agreement - with its promised end to violence for future generations - has struggled to be fully realised.

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BFI Film Academy

Recommends
Recommends are programmes of screenings of highly recommended films made by new and established filmmakers, providing young people with the opportunity to appreciate and learn about the art of cinematic storytelling.

Find out more about BFI Film Academy here. BFI Film Academy Venue Education Fund in delivered in NI by the Nerve Centre in partnership with QFT and Film Hub NI. The BFI Film Academy programme is supported using funds from the National Lottery.