Taken from the Prisons Memory Archive, this documentary film tells the stories of some of those who passed through the gates of the mainly female prison that operated during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Using protocols of co-ownership, inclusivity and life-storytelling, the film includes prison staff, prisoners, teachers, a solicitor, doctor and chaplain. The film has been screened internationally and locally, where it has been used by community groups to facilitate discussions on how to address the legacy of a violent past.
|Media of output||DVD|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
- Northern Irish conflict, female representation, prison memories, participatory practices.