Alison Millar
/ Ireland, United Kingdom
/ 2022
/ 93 mins
/ English
Lyra McKee, a committed journalist and activist for LGBTQ+ rights, was born in Northern Ireland during the period known as the "ceasefire baby" generation. Tragically, at the young age of 29, she was shot while covering a riot in Derry. Director Millar offers an intimate and powerful exploration of the state of "post-conflict" Northern Ireland, a quarter-century after the signing of the Good Friday Agreements. Through McKee's life and death, the film sheds light on the ongoing struggle for peace and understanding in a region still grappling with its troubled past. 

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Director: Alison Millar
Country: Ireland, United Kingdom
Language: English
Year: 2022
Duration: 93 mins
Premiere: Asia Pacific
Genre: Civil/Human Rights, Crime, LGBTQIA+, War/Conflict/Refugees
Category: Crime & Conspiracy

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