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12 Days in July
Documentary 52
YEAR: 1997
DIRECTOR: Margo Harkin   Dearbhla Walshe   Michael Hewitt
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In recent years the return route of the annual Orange parade to Drumcree Parish Church in Portadown has provided a key focus of conflict between the residents of the Garvaghy Road and the Orange Order.

12 Days in July goes beyond the news headlines to chronicle the deeply held convictions on both sides as Sunday 6th July 1997 approaches and ends with a detailed account of the emotional events on the day itself. The documentary follows some of the people caught up in the conflict. On the nationalist side is the Garvaghy Road community which fears for the future of its children and are determined to bring the parade to a halt, while those making preparations for the Orange Order are just as determined the parade should go ahead, addressing the issue of civil and religious liberty.





 
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