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Louth - Event Notice
Saturday February 27 2010
03:00 PM

Film Screening of 'Pipe Down'

category louth | crime and justice | event notice author Sunday February 21, 2010 04:06author by Alan Moore

A story of the cummunity affected by the Corrib Gas Project

Free Entry

Doors open at 3pm
Show starts at 3.30pm

The Spirit Store
Georges Quay
Dundalk
Co. Louth

Your support would be greatly appreciated.
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Free Entry

Doors open at 3pm
Show starts at 3.30pm

The Spirit Store
Georges Quay
Dundalk
Co. Louth
http://www.spiritstore.ie/directions.html

Your support would be greatly appreciated.

* Winner - Best Feature Documentary - Waterford Film Festival 2009 *

Pipe Down is an hour long documentary that tells the story of a rural community in Co. Mayo in Ireland, who have been battling the oil giant Shell over their plans to put a dangerous raw gas pipeline through the community and complete construction of a gas processing terminal that is a threat to their delicate environment.

The documentary features interviews with Colin Joyce of Shell Ireland; Willie Corduff, a local farmer & one of the Rossport Five; Pat O'Donnell, a local fisherman; Gerry Coyle, a County Councillor for the area (Fine Gael); Eoin O'Leidhin & Diane Amber, activists with the Shell-to-Sea group; Terence Conway, a spokesperson for the Shell-to-Sea group; and Niall Harnett, who co-ordinates the solidarity camp in the area.

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