Screenings, Screenings, Screenings
November 30, 2009
We were delighted to be included in Ireland’s oldest film festival, the 54th Cork Film Festival, and had the honor of kicking-off the Irish Shorts Programme on November 7th at the Cork Opera House.
The film also screened at The Cáca Milis Cabaret this month with writer Barry McKinley in attendance to give background and field questions. The Cabaret, established at the beginning of this year by Helena Mulkerns at the Wexford Arts Centre, has been described by The Irish Times as, “a late night monthly date with music, comedy, poetry and whatever you’re having yourself.” Despite the torrential bad weather, the film was well attended and warmly received.
November, described as the ‘cruelest month’ by Robert De Niro in a Bertolucci’s ‘1900’, was kind to Blood Coloured Moon, concluding with a screening at the Oscar eligible, Foyle Film Festival at the Nerve Centre in Derry. The film was screened as part of a selection of the best Irish shorts of the year.