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General News / March 11, 2020

New documentary ‘THIS LAND’ explores Ireland’s relationship with race, identity and immigration

General News / March 11, 2020

New documentary ‘THIS LAND’ explores Ireland’s relationship with race, identity and immigration

Rising director Bobby Zithelo is to launch his new documentary in The Sugar Club next week.

The Tenth Man are hosting an exclusive first screening of  director Zithelo Bobby Mthombeni’s new documentary ‘THIS LAND’. The short film examines Ireland’s relationship with race, identity and immigration.

Through discussions with people in a number of fields ranging from the arts to media and business, ‘THIS LAND’ explores new ways of experiencing Irishness. It also analyses the impact of racism and Direct Provision on the outlook of the people interviewed.

The film features Felispeaks, Tara Stewart, Bounce The P.R.O., Senita Appiakorang, George Voronov, Pedro Ferraz, NUXSENSE, Beyond Representation, Dean Van Nguyen, Ayuba Salaudeen, Ivan Klucka, Gunmoo Kim, Footrocker, Black Pride Ireland and Jeremiah Moulonso, as well as work from Asylum Archive.

The film will premiere in the Sugar Club on Thursday March 19 with the screening followed by a Q&A with director Zithelo Bobby Mthombeni, producer Eric Davidson, poet Felicia ‘Felispeaks’ Olusanya & Senita Appiakorang of Shookrah.

Straight after the Q&A Dublin hip hop group NXSENSE will perform live.

Click here to claim your free ticket to the screening.