When Hockey Came to Belfast

When Hockey Came to Belfast

| 50 min

This documentary tells the moving story of Northern Irish teenage hockey players Andrew and Paul, best friends in a city divided by religion. In Belfast, hockey is bringing Northern Irish youth together in a shared love of the game, providing a respite from the Protestant-Catholic turf warfare that pervades their lives. Set against the backdrop of a post-conflict society, the film provides an intimate glimpse into the realities of life in Belfast—the 12-metre-high walls that divide Catholic and Protestant, the precautions Andrew and Paul must take to be friends, and the safety they find on the rink at Dundonald.

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Credits
  • director
    Linda Conway
  • writer
    Linda Conway
  • producer
    Selwyn Jacob
  • editor
    Shelly Hamer
  • additional picture editing
    Lara Mazur
  • cinematography
    Mark Mackay
    Stephen Mullan
    Moira Simpson
    Doug Sjoquist
  • composer
    Robyn Traill
  • sound supervisor
    Gael MacLean
  • location sound
    Jeff Henschel
    Lisa Kolisnyk
    Peter Sawade
  • production manager
    Stephen Mullan
    Jill Sharpe
  • announcer
    Jeff Lyle
  • editing assistant
    Neil Thompson
  • archival research
    Paula Sawadsky
    Corinna Hagel
  • stills photographer
    Stephen Mullan
    Jeff Henschel
  • transcriber
    Penny McLean
    Pamela Pellegrini
  • musician
    Oliver Schroer
  • re-recording mixer
    Gashtaseb Ariana
  • dialogue editor
    Andre Iwanchuk
  • SFX editor
    Rusty Dunn
  • audio post studio
    Leo Sound
  • post-production services
    Rainmaker Digital Pictures
  • production clerk
    Christine Sears
  • production supervisor
    Kathryn Lynch
  • marketing manager
    Jo Anne Walton
  • program administrator
    Bruce Hagerman
  • executive producer
    Rina Fraticelli