On Saturday night the group will screen the film Even The Rain set in Bolivia in the year 2000 which examines the similarities between the colonial occupation of the region 500 years previous by European imperial powers and modern day globalisation, with the fight to prevent privatisation of the Bolivian peoples water supply.
The evening will also have guest speakers Ciaran Campbell of the trade union Mandate and Donegal independent TD Thomas Pringle, who will speak on the effects privatisation could have in Donegal and the current on going campaign against the household, septic tank and water charges.
Organiser, Micheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig said that the group’s latest film showing had a very important message considering the current issues facing the people of Ireland today.
“Events such as this are a progressive way of not only educating but also a way in which the community itself can come together to debate, discuss and move forward together.”
The film night will also feature food for everyone attending and the evening will finish off with live music by the band Wee Small Gods.
Those attending are invited to bring their own drink. The event begins at 7.30pm sharp and admission is free.
For more information you can contact Micheál Cholm on 0868845476