Filmed in conjunction with the Falls Library during their centenary year, the Shankill Library was the younger of the two libraries, in its 80th year. The documentary looks at the important role the library has played in the community and meets some of its most loyal borrowers. At the time this was filmed the library was getting ready to contribute to the Cultural Olympiad during the 2012 Olympics.
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