‘Derry, City of Hope’ is the theme of a half hour film produced and edited by local clergyman, Rev. James Williamson, head of the Methodist Church in the city.
The film, which took a month to produce, shows the two sides of Derry. It begins by relating how the Troubles have affected the city and goes on to show that, when people suffer, there are those who care and help them.
It shows people working and caring together for the good of the city.
The film contains an interview with both a Protestant and a Catholic woman who have suffered a family loss.
The film goes on to explain how Derry is different.
Music for the film is Phil Coulter’s ‘The Town I Loved So Well”.