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Thursday November 13 2003
01:00 AM

Director's Cut, Chavez - Inside the Coup, Galway

category galway | anti-war / imperialism | event notice author Sunday November 09, 2003 20:43author by Orla Ni Chomhraiauthor email nichomhrai at eircom dot net Report this post to the editors

'THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED' Taibhdhearc, Thurs, 13 November at 8 pm.

Galway Alliance Against War SHOWING OF 'THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED', 13 NOVEMBER
The director's cut of the above award-winning documentary on last year's failed CIA-backed coup in Venezuela will be shown by GAAW in the Taibhdhearc on Thurs, 13 November at 8 pm. Donncha O Briain, one of the makers of the film,
will be present to introduce it and to answer questions.

author by John Cunningham - GalwayAllianceAgainstWarpublication date Tue Nov 11, 2003 00:09author email johnliamsheain at eircom dot netReport this post to the editors

The revolution will be screened in the Taibhdhearc
Re: 'THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED'

The Directors' Cut of this award-winning documentary (shown on RTE under the title CHAVEZ: INSIDE THE COUP) will be screened in An Taibhdhearc on Thursday night, 13 November, at 8 pm. Film-maker DONNCHADHA O BRIAIN will introduce the film, and answer questions about it. (Thanks, Donnchadha)

The internationally-acclaimed film documents the dramatic events surrounding the failed 2002 coup against the democratically-elected president Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.

Admission is €5 (€3 concession), Proceeds will go the work of the Galway Alliance Against War. For more on the film, see www.chavezthefilm.com

While in Galway, Donnchadha O Briain will be giving his support to the DFSAA campaign against the proposed city by-laws which will restrict campaigning / political activity. If you wish, you may join Donnchadha and DFSAA activists at their stall outside Moon's / Brown Thomas at 1 pm on Thursday.

author by beomanpublication date Tue Nov 11, 2003 10:01Report this post to the editors

I'll look for forward to this, I missed it at the arts festival, its a great film

 
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