Nadine O’Regan to host Q&A at IFI Screening of I Used To Live Here

Posted March 31, 2015 by Conor McDevitt in News

Broadcaster and journalist Nadine O’Regan, columnist and Arts Editor for the The Sunday Times, will conduct a post-screening Q&A with director Frank Berry after a special screening of I Used To Live Here at the Irish Film Institute on the 2nd of April.

The screening this Thursday will allow viewers to get a sneak peak at the highly-anticipated film, which goes on release in Dublin from Friday the 3rd of April, and explore some of the issues which this powerful and important piece of work raises. Ms. O’Regan, who also hosts Songs in the Key of Life on TXFM, will talk with the director about the real-life inspirations for his script, the lengthy preparations that helped to unearth his amateur cast, and his hopes for the film’s wider social impact,

I Used To Live Here is already receiving rave reviews from the critics, with’s five star review calling it a “magnificent debut” and praising the “phenomenal” performance of young lead Jordanne Jones, who had never acted before her part in the film.

From Friday, I Used To Live Here will be screening at the following cinemas in Dublin: IFI, Light House Cinema, Rathmines Omniplex, IMC Tallaght, IMC Screen, and IMC Dun Laoghaire.

Buy tickets for Thursday’s special screening and Q&A on the IFI website.