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Cloudlands premieres on 11 June 2015 at The Lighthouse Cinema

Cloudlands is a short documentary portraying the importance of creativity in the lives of teenagers who spend significant amounts of time in Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. Cloudlands is directed by Siobhán Perry and produced by Helium Arts.

The documentary is an intimate portrayal of this group of teenagers as artists working collaboratively with Cloudlands Dublin Artist in Residence, Rachel Tynan.

Location:    The Lighthouse Cinema, Market Square, Smithfield, Dublin 7
Date:           Thursday, 11th June at 4pm
RSVP:         bookings@old.helium.ie 

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Helium Arts would like to acknowledge the excellent support of BNP Paribas Foundation who funded Cloudlands Dublin through the Smart Start Programme from 2012-2015. Helium Arts also acknowledges the ongoing support of the Arts Council and Dublin City Council.

This film is the result of an artsandhealth.ie documentation bursary award kindly funded by the Arts Council and the Cork Arts and Health Programme, HSE South.

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