The Piece of Me screens in Cork

Cork Feminista Film Collective are organising a screening of  ’The Pieces of Me’. There is also a panel discussion after . Hopefully some light will be shed on the legal, psychological and social constraints that still frame that almost impossibly tricky tracing process.Check out the information below. It would be cool if people could make it!

Documentary Film Screening and Q&A of ‘The Pieces of Me’ 

 with director Carol O’Keeffe 


It’s been 10 years since the establishment of the National Adoption Contact Register – Are we celebrating?

Red: The Cork Feminista Film Collective are proud to present the screening of ‘The Pieces of Me‘ on Thursday March 19th at 7:30pm, in The Haven, Bachelor’s Quay, Cork.

The documentary captures Carol’s search to find her birth mother, following the twists and turns of piecing together her identity. The film will be followed by a Q&A with the director and other esteemed guests. All are welcome to attend, especially those involved in, affected by or interested in adoption in Ireland.

This is a not for profit event and is free and open to all. Any donations on the night would be greatly welcomed, and will help the Film Collective continue to screen films by female writers and directors on a regular basis.

For more information or to become involved with Red: Cork Feminista Film Collective, find us on Facebook or email



One Response to “The Piece of Me screens in Cork”

  1. Rocky Handsome Review Says:
    March 16th, 2016 at 12:00 am

    documentaries are worth watching

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