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Surviving Dublin – Screening & Q&A | Megan Woods

Surviving Dublin

Surviving Dublin – Screening & Q&A | Megan Woods

Surviving Dublin is a documentary about the cause and effects of Dublin’s rental crisis, and the rise of alternative living as a result of the governments failure to affectively tackle the issue.

Megan Woods is an filmmaker living in Dublin who often uses comedy or documentary to highlight important issues of the day. She’s also a puppeteer for Flight of Fancy, and will be launching her company; Megafilms this month. So stay tuned!

For more information about Megan’s work please visit:
www.a4sounds.org/megan-woods
or
www.meganwoodsfilms.wordpress.com

Email: meganaoifewoods@gmail.com

 

When?

Wed 31st Jan
7:30pm – 8:30pm

A4 Sounds
St Joseph’s Parade
Off Upper Dorset Street
Dublin 1
Google Maps link.

 

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