LIFE’S A BREEZE to have International Premiere at A-List Festival in Toronto

Posted August 13, 2013 by Suzanne Murray in News
Life's A Breeze
Life's A Breeze

Lance Daly’s LIFE’S A BREEZE is set to have its international premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) next month.

TIFF is the leading public film festival in the world and is one of the most important film festivals in North America, previously showcasing successful independent films such as Juno, Slumdog Millionaire and Little Miss Sunshine.  Irish films have had a presence at the festival throughout the years with many films from Jim Sheridan’s IN AMERICA to Neil Jordan’s ONDINE to Lenny Abrahamson’s WHAT RICHARD DID to name just a few, all having premieres there.

LIFE’S A BREEZE which stars Pat Shortt and Fionnula Flanagan is a light-hearted comedy that tells the story of a family’s race against time to claim a lost fortune.  The film will screen in the Contemporary World Cinema section of the festival alongside other films from around the world.  It is the second of Lance’s films to be selected for TIFF, with KISSES having had it’s international premiere there in 2008.

Irish Daily Mail described it as: “the most heartwarming inter-generational comedy since Little Miss Sunshine“.

LIFE’S A BREEZE currently screening in selected cinemas throughout Ireland and will be available on DVD on VoD later this year.  TIFF will take place 5th – 15th September.