M.   /   September 14, 2009   /   1 Comment

Following their screenings at the 34th Toronto Film Festival this week, Irish films ‘Cracks’ and ‘A Shine Of Rainbows’ have been chosen alongside ‘His & Hers’ and short films ‘The Mill’ and ‘If I Should Fall Behind’ for the 53rd London Film Festival which takes place next month.

Jordan Scott’s ‘Cracks’ starring Eva Green (‘Casino Royale’) will screen as part of the Film on the Square part of the festival whereas Vic Sarin’s ‘A Shine of Rainbows’ starring Aidan Quinn (‘Legends of the Fall’) and Connie Nelson (‘Gladiator’) has been selected for the World Cinema section. Ken Wardrop’s feature documentary ‘His & Hers’ will screen in the festival’s Europa programme.

‘The Mill’ directed by David Freyne (‘The Man in 301’), tells the story of a young boy who awakens whilst camping to discover he is entirely alone. It has been selected for the Landscape as Character short film programme while ‘If I Should Fall Behind’ from Morgan Bushe (Mr. Crocodile in the Cupboard’) deals with parents who are unable to deal with a family death leaving it up to their son to carry them all through their grief and has been selected for a section in the festival called The Young.

The 53rd London Film Festival takes place 14 – 29 October and will hold screenings all over London, including outdoor screenings of films on Trafalgar Square.

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One Response to “London Film Festival Adds More Irish Films to Line-Up”
  1. George Says:

    For those who can make it, mark on your calendars October 25th. Check this:
    http://www.bfi.org.uk/lff/node/367