The Ballymurphy Massacre 

 
 

The Ballymurphy Massacre

Awarded 'Best Student Documentary' by the Royal Television Society 2012.

(21 mins)

The first ever film on the Ballymurphy Massacre. Subsequently a Channel Channel 4 (UK) feature was produced making national headlines.  

Royal Television Society Award Winning film. The Ballymurphy Massacre

Between the 9th and 11th of August 1971 eleven people were killed by the British Army's Parachute regiment. All eleven were unarmed civilians. One of the dead was a parish priest another was a mother of eight. The Royal Military Police were assigned as sole investigators. Not one member of the British army was held to account. It is believed that had justice been administered and those held to account charged, the events of Bloody Sunday in Derry would not have happened.. These events have remained hidden from public knowledge and focus for over 40 years, until now!

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A film by Sean Reynolds, Kyle Gibbon and Jonny Lewis

News on the Ballymurphy Massacre was recently featured on www.theguardian.com 

  • Royal Television Society Award Winning Documentary 2012

  • FFresh Best Documentary 2013

  • NAHEMI Best in Festival 2013

  • Bristol Radical Film Festival, Official Selection 2013

  • British Shorts Film Festival, Berlin. Official Selection 2013

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