What We Leave In Our Wake

What We Leave In Our Wake

01st Mar 2011

07.30pm free admission

A screening of the Pat Collins directed film ‘What We Leave In Our Wake’. Edited by regular Joinery contributor Tadhg O’Sullivan and photographed by Feargal Ward and Colm Hogan, this is probably a once-only chance to see a rather remarkable and arresting film-essay about the State that we are in.

A screening of the Pat Collins directed film 'What We Leave In Our Wake'. Edited by regular Joinery contributor Tadhg O'Sullivan and photographed by Feargal Ward and Colm Hogan, this is probably a once-only chance to see a rather remarkable and arresting film-essay about the State that we are in. A screening of the Pat Collins directed film 'What We Leave In Our Wake'. Edited by regular Joinery contributor Tadhg O'Sullivan and photographed by Feargal Ward and Colm Hogan, this is probably a once-only chance to see a rather remarkable and arresting film-essay about the State that we are in.
A screening of the Pat Collins directed film 'What We Leave In Our Wake'. Edited by regular Joinery contributor Tadhg O'Sullivan and photographed by Feargal Ward and Colm Hogan, this is probably a once-only chance to see a rather remarkable and arresting film-essay about the State that we are in. A screening of the Pat Collins directed film 'What We Leave In Our Wake'. Edited by regular Joinery contributor Tadhg O'Sullivan and photographed by Feargal Ward and Colm Hogan, this is probably a once-only chance to see a rather remarkable and arresting film-essay about the State that we are in. A screening of the Pat Collins directed film 'What We Leave In Our Wake'. Edited by regular Joinery contributor Tadhg O'Sullivan and photographed by Feargal Ward and Colm Hogan, this is probably a once-only chance to see a rather remarkable and arresting film-essay about the State that we are in.