2014 Mordán Films/TG4 Dir:Seán Ó Cualáin
In 1969 a group of young people in Conamara came together to fight for the rights of their local communities. Poverty, emigration and a lack of respect for the Irish language was their motivation. The group became known as The Gaeltacht Civil Rights Movement and they chose 8 aims they felt were required to save their communities and native language. The following twenty years transformed Conamara into a modern and vibrant, rural community, but are the aspirations and hope of that generation still in tune with those of today’s, a generation who benefited greatly from the fruits of the change.
Director/Producer – Seán Ó Cualáin
Editor – John Murphy
Camera – Raemonn Mac Donnacha
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