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BRINGING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER
WELCOME TO KILBARRACK
Kilbarrack Coast Community Programme has a multi-purpose, community centre in Kilbarrack, Dublin 5. Here, you get to connect with your peers, learn something new, expand your opportunities, all while having fun and learning new skills! With great services and facilities, children and adults alike can always find a new activity or expand their horizons.
Reach Out Project wins prestigious Drugs.ie 2017 National media awards for 18-22 year category
May 1, 2017
The Reach out Project won the 18-22 category in the drugs.ie national media awards 2017. The winning video questioned the normalisation of alcohol use across the generations. How it is often used to mask or control emotions. How once the bottle is open it is hard to close. The award winning film Pandora's bottle explores these complex themes that effect families and the wider community in Ireland today.
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Reach Out Project gets runner up place in Drugs.ie 2016 National media awards
May 1, 2016
A gritty social realism film that addresses the party lifestyle of the youth today. How one night of fun can have dramatic and a tragic outcome. This film came runner up in the drugs.ie national media awards 2016.
Kilbarrack's Ode to Banksy is accepted as a finalist in 5 International film festivals
March 1, 2017
This video is a tribute to the renowned street artist "Banksy" and a request for his help to take down a fence that has isolated the children in Kilbarrack from using the last safe outdoor space to play in. Kilbarrack is an under privileged area of Dublin, which doesn't even have one playground. The only safe play area was in an unused car park at the back of a community center in KCCP, which has now been fenced off to keep the children away.
It has been shown in Canada, the USA, Europe, the Middle East and India in a variety of well known International film festivals.