A live screening of a new documentary called The 41st Shade will be held in Monroe’s, 14, Dominic Street, Galway on April 5, at 6pm.
The documentary is about all aspects of cannabis in an Irish context and will be screened as part of the first ever Students for Sensible Drug Policy Ireland conference at National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG).
Paul Rohan, pictured top, writes:
“We have travelled around Ireland and Europe, interviewed International drug policy advisers, Former chief constables, award winning authors, addiction specialists, politicians, medical users, activists and documented a ground breaking vote.”
The documentary includes interviews with:
Dr Garrett McGovern (GP Specialising in Addiction)
Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan TD (Independent Irish Politician)
Michel Degens (Mambo Cannabis Social club)
Dr Cathal Ó Súiliobháin (GP Specialising in Addiction)
Marie Byrne (Aisling Group International Charity)
Howard Marks (Mr. Nice) (Author, poet, Former International Drug Smuggler)
Jeop Oomen (Founder ENCOD)
Doug Fine (Award winning author/Sustainable journalist)
John Crown (Senator/Doctor)
Tom Lloyd (Former Chief Constable of Cambridgeshire/International Drug policy Adivisor)
Fair play, in fairness.
Thanks Kevin Higgins