Northern Ireland Experience (Part 1-3)
A team of Georgian and Abkhaz journalists visit Northern Ireland in 2003 to discover what led the parties to the conflict there to renounce violence in favour of a political settlement. The film describes the conflict's roots and current issues between Catholics and Protestants.
This is one of a series of films Joint Georgian-Abkhaz documentary films produced by Conciliation Resources. Films are available for download in Russian from the website of Studio Re or can be viewed on public.tv. A DVD of the films can also be purchased from Conciliation Resources.
The series includes: --Abkhazia – one side of a conflict (2004) - a Georgian journalist’s view on life and attitudes in Abkhazia a decade after the year-long war between Georgia and Abkhazia.
--Ten years on and still waiting (2004) - offers an Abkhaz perspective on Georgia and the aspirations of its people, including those displaced by the conflict.
--Karabakh (2004) - a film made jointly by Georgian and Abkhaz journalists about the conflict over the territory of Nagorny Karabakh.
--Northern Ireland experience (2003) - a film made jointly by Georgian and Abkhaz journalists about the conflict in Northern Ireland.