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Callum Macrae helms a queasily authentic retelling of the fallout from Northern Ireland’s tragic Ballymurphy shootings
"astonishing documentary… Urgent, angry and moral, this is top-tier filmmaking"
Briege Voyle is the daughter of Joan Connolly, who, with nine other people, were shot dead by the British Army in Ballymurphy Northern Ireland in August 1971. Ahead of an upcoming inquest, Briege appears in a new film, The Ballymurphy Precedent and talks on Woman's Hour about the effect of her mother's death on her family and her determination to find out what happened back in 1971.
Northern Ireland’s hidden massacre: what really happened at Ballymurphy?
'The truth has still never been told'
Before Bloody Sunday there was Ballymurphy. Its story must be told.—Callum Macrae
New documentary claims Ballymurphy victims were innocent
Praise & criticism for "Massacre at Ballymurphy" documentary
How an Unsolved British Army Massacre Led to Bloody Sunday and Inflamed The Troubles
If the MoD stalls over the Ballymurphy inquest, you can forget drawing a line under the Troubles