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In 1994, in Northern Ireland’s small village of Loughinisland, two loyalist terrorists stormed a pub during a World Cup soccer match and shot 11 people in their backs, killing six and wounding five. A police investigation, which was perfunctory at best, led to zero arrests, leaving the case to eventually go cold. Decades later, lauded documentarian Alex Gibney re-visits this horrific crime, digging deeper into witness testimony and piecing together clues overlooked by law enforcement. Offering convincing evidence of a coverup that reaches to the highest levels of the British government, No Stone Unturned is a riveting cinematic experience that seeks to answer several troubling questions about this infamous terror attack.
Q&A with producer Trevor Birney following all screenings.