Boris Pinto, the surgeon's son. (story video) Deposited

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Collection: Remembering 'Petals of Hope' (collection)
Organisation: Workers' Educational Association (organisation)

Video (audio and still images in video format) of the story given by Boris Pinto related to the Omagh Bomb (15 August 1998).
"Boris Pinto's father was a surgeon at Omagh Hospital dealing with the injured as they arrived at Accident and Emergency." (from Malachi O'Doherty YouTube Channel)
Video file is also available at: 
the Petals of Hope Revisited blogspot:
http://omaghpetals.blogspot.co.uk/
And also:
Malachi O'Doherty YouTube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/malachimovies/

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Title
'It goes somewhere that is beyond language ...', by Boris Pinto (story text)
Description
The text, in PDF (Portable Document Format), of one of 20 personal accounts related to the Omagh Bomb (15 August 1998). The accounts were published in the booklet Remembering: "Petals of Hope".
Creator
Kane, Carole., and O'Doherty, Malachi.
Publisher
VSS and Omagh District Council.
Date
2014
Format
Text; PDF; 264KB
Language
English
Author
Pinto, Boris.
Date Type
2014
Publication Title
'It goes somewhere that is beyond language ...', in, Kane, Carole., and O'Doherty, Malachi. (2014). Remebering: "Petals of Hope" - Artistic responses to the Omagh Bomb. Omagh: VSS and Omagh District Council.
Publisher Location
Omagh
Publisher
VSS and Omagh District Council.
Publication Type
Booklet
Publication Status
Published
ISBN
978-1-86-991922-1

Video InformationShowHide

Title
Boris Pinto, the surgeon's son. (story video)
Description
Video (audio and still images in video format) of the story given by Boris Pinto related to the Omagh Bomb (15 August 1998).
"Boris Pinto's father was a surgeon at Omagh Hospital dealing with the injured as they arrived at Accident and Emergency." (from Malachi O'Doherty YouTube Channel)
Video file is also available at: 
the Petals of Hope Revisited blogspot:
http://omaghpetals.blogspot.co.uk/
And also:
Malachi O'Doherty YouTube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/malachimovies/
Creator
Kane, Carole., and O'Doherty, Malachi.
Date
2014
Original Format
Video; MP4 (.mp4)
Duration
8 minutes 49 seconds
Compression
MPEG-4
Producer
O'Doherty, Malachi.
Interviewer
Kane, Carole., and O'Doherty, Malachi.
Interviewee
Boris Pinto

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
Remembering 'Petals of Hope' (collection)
Description
The Remembering 'Petals of Hope' project (2013-14) produced a collection of 15 audio visual and 23 written stories related to the Omagh Bomb (15 August 1998). The work involved in conducting the interviews and producing the recordings was carried out by Carole Kane and Malachi O'Doherty.
Carole Kane, a freelance artist / community arts facilitator, was involved in the original 'Petals of Hope' project (1998-99) in association with Omagh District Council, which, with the assistance of children from Omagh, transformed floral tributes left at the scene of the bomb into handmade paper and art work. This resulted in an exhibition in the spring and summer of 1999 and the publication of the exhibition catalogue entitled 'Petals of Hope' (1999).
Creator
Carole Kane, and Malachi O'Doherty
Source
Some of the recorded stories can be found at the 'Petals of Hope Revisited' blog: www.omaghpetals.blogspot.co.uk/
See also:
Information about the original Petals of Hope project on Carole Kane's website: www.carolekane.com/
Date
2014
Relation
See also:
The booklet:
Kane, Carole., and O'Doherty, Malachi. (2014). Remembering: "Petals of Hope" - Artistic responses to the Omagh Bomb. Omagh: VSS and Omagh District Council.
Web sites:
www.carolekane.com
www.omagh.gov.uk
www.omagh.gov.uk/district_of_omagh/omagh_remembers/petals_of_hope/
The original exhibition catalogue:
Kane, Carole. (1999). Petals of Hope. Omagh: Omagh District Council.
The catalogue is available to purchase at this Web page:
www.omagh.gov.uk/culture_leisure_and_tourism/visitor_services/online_book_store/?bookID=31
Language
English
Stories Collected
15 video; 23 text
Stories Deposited
11 video; 15 text

Organisation InformationShowHide

Title
Workers' Educational Association (organisation)
Date Formed
1910
Status
Organisation in Northern Ireland wound up on 4 June 2014

Citation

Kane, Carole., and O'Doherty, Malachi.. (2014). Boris Pinto, the surgeon's son. (story video).
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 3 December 2022 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/index.php/items/show/2424>

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