The future of Europe has never been more hotly debated. The European Commission Representation in Ireland presents #EUandME, a special free screening of six short films in the Omniplex Cinema Waterford. The films explore some of the key contemporary challenges facing citizens today. Directed by leading European filmmakers, #EUandME is a timely reflection on some of the most pressing issues, particularly affecting young people.
Venue: Omniplex Cinema, Patrick Street, Waterford City
When: Wednesday 4 December 11:30am – 1pm
FREE but booking essential via Eventbrite
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion and audience debate. The guest speakers will be Siobhán Rudden from the Southern Regional Assembly, Gerard Arthurs from Waterford Institute of Technology and Senan Cooke of Dunhill Ecopark. The event will be hosted by Jonathan Claridge, European Commission Representation in Ireland.
A new publication ‘What’s the Story?’ will have its Waterford launch at the event. It contains 25 stories about Ireland and Europe, including a ground-breaking research project at Waterford IT, Dunhill’s Ecopark and the Anne Valley Walkway.
Presented in partnership with European Commission Representation in Ireland, Eclipse Pictures and Waterford Europe Direct Information Centre.