Saturday, March 13, 2010

Kilruddery Film Festival


For film buffs looking for something a little different (and who happen to be withing striking distance of Kilruddey House in Ireland) this weekend sees the second staging of the Killruddery Film Festival 'Celebrating Lost, Overlooked & Forgotten Cinema'.

It looks like a wonderful event with highlights including John Boorman introducing 50's nuclear thriller "Seven Days to Noon" and Rebecca Miller introducing Sanjit Ray's "Goddess/Devi" which looks absolutely amazing. Great to see such luminaries supporting the event.

Goddess/Devi, Sanjit Ray, 1960

The festival which has discussions on Film art, Foley workshops for kids and is all hosted in the majestic settings of Killruddery House and Gardens looks to be a real gem.

Seeya there...

Killruddery Silent Film Festival 2009 from DOCUMENTAVi on Vimeo.

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