Richard Harris IFF - Summer Screenings in the County
Richard Harris Summer Screenings in the County
· A Very Irish Family - Directed by Emmet Kelly
· Marky’s Bad Week - Directed by Daniel Holmwood
· Gustav - Directed by Ken Williams & Denis Fitzpatrick
· The King - Directed by Daniel Cooper
· Acorn - Directed by Kevin de la Isla O’Neill
· Burden - Directed by Johnny Cullen
· “An Mhallacht” Directed by Cóilín Ó Scolaí
· Saving Santa - Directed by Keith O’Grady
A Very Irish Family - Directed by Emmet Kelly
Family Bonds are strained, as Europe is sundered by war in 1914. A well-to-do Irish nationalist family struggles with conflicting loyalties and the politically ambitious family patriarch is forced to re-evaluate his priorities when his idealistic sons volunteer to fight in France and Gallipoli following the outbreak of war.
Marky’s Bad Week - Directed by Daniel Holmwood
"After having the worst week of his life, Marky decides to take the edge off with a spliff. Things go from bad to worse when he realises he's lost his nodge of hash."
Gustav - Directed by Ken Williams & Denis Fitzpatrick
A man wakes up with a strange tune in his head. But what is it? And how did it get there?
The King - Directed by Daniel Cooper
A 17th Century King lost in a foreign village flees a mob that has mistaken him for a madman. Armed and panicked, he breaks into a cathedral and holds a priest hostage, forcing him to transcribe his death note while they wait for the cavalry to arrive.
Acorn - Directed by Kevin de la Isla O’Neill
Busy-body mother Maureen battles Principal Finan during a parent-teacher meeting concerning her son Greg and his unusual behaviour during the school’s nativity play rehearsals.
Burden - Directed by Johnny Cullen
A young celtic warrior carries her father to safety until she encounters an old enemy
“An Mhallacht” Directed by Cóilín Ó Scolaí
The Mayo Football Team are once again in the GAA All Ireland Final: Dr Donal Green has his loyalties tested when he discovers that one of his comatose patients is the last living player from the infamous cursed Mayo team of 1951.
Saving Santa - Directed by Keith O’Grady
A little girl by the name of Ruby Fair, is still dealing with her mother's death when she comes across a seemingly destitute man in the street. He's a street drinker who bears a striking resemblance to Santa Claus. Despite his protestations, she takes great comfort in helping him.
Thurs 14 June at 8pm
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Abbey Arts and Cultural Centre, Ballyshannon