Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Ireland On Screen

Starting this Friday, Irish filmmakers of varying experience will showcase their work at the Belltable as part of Ireland On Screen.

The first film to be shown will be Lettuce And Peppers which will possibly be of most interest to Limerick viewers. Directed by Christina Gangos, the 25 minute film sees Gangos integrating herself with a group of adults with special needs in Limerick over a three-month period. While it was shown last month, this is billed as the World Premiere. The will also be a Q&A Session with Christina.

Other films on the bill include Home, Garage, Fresh Film Festival Showcase, Jigs On Reels, Kings, and Vox Humana. Tickets from the Belltable on O'Connell St, and on the door from their temporary home at Red Cross Hall.

5 comments:

Cheebah said...

timetable for this anywhere? Not on the belltable site

Ciarán Ryan said...

It seems to be integrated into the regular film schedule part of their site
http://www.belltable.ie/film.html

shane said...

But most of those are gone- No?

Damn, I can't believe that I missed Bob Quinn and Eamonn Carr in the same month in the city.

Ciarán Ryan said...

that's the joys of the belltable website/ some of their other promotion...it's all a bit haphazard at times.

alicia said...

The Quinn night was aces. The Gangos "film" (and I use that word with unbelievable generosity) was utter shite. Looking forward to more of these lil festivals, though!