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Call for submissions to Indymedia Ireland / Cultivate Documentary Mini-Festival
international | indymedia ireland | news report Monday October 04, 2004 19:14 by 1 of Indymedia ireland
Indymedia Ireland and Cultivate Sustainable Living Centre are making preparations at present for a three day mini-festival of documentaries to be held in mid-November in the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College Dublin. This is an open call for those who have made something that they would like screened to get in touch as the programme still has quite a bit of room in it for relevant materials.
Please use the contact form on the Indymedia Ireland site HERE to get in touch with the organisers.
It would also be great to hear from people what they would like to see screened at this event. Tell us in the comments section below about stuff you haven't seen but want to see and stuff you have seen and think others should see. You won't be wasting your time because the programme is being invented 'on the fly' at present.
All monies raised from the event will go towards acquiring video projectors for Cultivate and Indymedia Ireland so that more alternative screenings can happen in the future.