Born into the “ceasefire baby” generation of Northern Ireland, Lyra McKee was a dedicated journalist and queer activist. She was gunned down while covering a riot in Derry at the age of 29. The film is an intimate examination of “post-conflict” Northern Ireland twenty-five years after the Good Friday Agreements.
Written and Directed by Alison Millar
Produced by Alison Millar, Jackie Doyle
Edited by Chloe Lambourne
Cinematographer: Mark McCauley
Composer: David Holmes
Executive Producers: Siobhan Sinnerton, Edward Watts, Andrew Eaton, Greg Darby
Executive Producers: Hillary and Chelsea Clinton
Production Company: Erica Starling Productions Ltd.
In Co-Production with Channel 4
With Northern Ireland Screen, TG4