Cinema At Home – View new film Groundswell and support QUAD
QUAD is delighted to have teamed up with Tull Stories to bring you brand new film Groundswell which you can stream in your home, directly supporting us during our lockdown closure.
Activist and filmmaker Johnny Grogan’s Groundswell provides a uniquely personal insight into how Ireland banned the practice of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and how Northern Ireland still faces the prospect. Told through the eyes of grassroots activists in County Leitrim and across the border in Fermanagh, and filmed over ten years, Grogan’s camera follows a community who are opposing the work of the company Tamboran Resources as they begin operations on one side of the border before diverting to the other.
“A triumphant, transparent and aesthetically magnificent account of the loving relationship between people and their land, and the fight to protect it from the powerful and the greedy” ★★★★ Emma Kelly, The Upcoming
A 48 hour rental of Groundswell costs £9.99. The film will become available on Friday 16 April.
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