National School Film Week: SHOOTING DOGS

Recommended for A level students of Film, Media, Politics, Sociology, History.

Capacity: 158 places.

In this session, students will have the opportunity to discuss the events portrayed in SHOOTING DOGS with Amnesty International. Chris O’Hara will also introduce Rwanda, a personal journey a short film he shot whilst visiting the country in February 2006 to visit memorial sites and to meet survivors in order to participate in seminars on the 1994 genocide.

Includes a screening of SHOOTING DOGS  (15)

Led by Chris O’Hara, Director of Arts and Media Studies at Glossopdale Community College and a representative from Amnesty International.

Please Note Booking Information: Book directly for this session with Film Education on 0207 439 4880 or