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by Paul Greengrass


On January 30 1972, British soldiers shot dead 13 unarmed civilians taking part in a civil rights march in Derry, Northern Ireland. The event, Bloody Sunday, was a major turning point in the history of the modern Irish troubles, catapulting a low intensity conflict into a civil war, driving many young men into the ranks of the IRA and fuelling a 25 year cycle of violence.

international title: Bloody Sunday
original title: Bloody Sunday
country: United Kingdom, Ireland
sales agent: Portman Film and Television
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Paul Greengrass
film run: 100'
release date: UK 25/01/2002, IT 03/05/2002, PL 21/06/2002, GR 27/09/2002, HU 17/10/2002, FR 30/10/2002, BE 29/01/2003, NL 30/01/2003, ES 21/02/2003, SI 11/09/2003, DK 31/10/2003
screenplay: Paul Greengrass
cast: James Nesbitt, Kathu Kiera Clarke, Barbara Adair, John Carlin, Allan Gildea
cinematography by: Ivan Strasburg
film editing: Clare Douglas
art director: John Paul Kelly
costumes designer: Dinah Collin
music: Stephen McKeon
producer: Pippa Cross, Arthur Lappin, Jim Sheridan, Mark Redhead
production: January Films, Granada Films
distributor: Feature Film Company, Bórd Scannán na hÉireann (IE), Mikado (IT), Rosebud (GR), Camera Films (DK)
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