PATRICK’S DAY to Preview with Three Sold Out Screenings in Dungarvan, in Cinemas Nationwide from 6th February
SGC Dungarvan will play host to three simultaneous, sold out screenings of PATRICK’S DAY this Wednesday 4th February as the town welcomes home native son Moe Dunford for a special charity event in aid of Pieta House, No Name Club, and Soroptimist Club Dungarvan. Moe will attend the screening along with director Terry McMahon and members of the cast and participate in a post-screening Q&A with Today FM’s Ed Smith.
Speaking of the Dungarvan premiere Moe Dunford commented “I’m very proud of this film, and hugely proud of my hometown Dungarvan. PATRICK’S DAY is a film about having the courage to make a better future, and like many towns in Ireland, Dungarvan has gone through its own hell yet has had the courage to fight for that future. And I want everyone to feel part of this, because they are”.
Moe Dunford has already gained numerous plaudits for his performance in Terry McMahon’s film and next week will be awarded the prestigious EFP Shooting Star Award at the Berlin International Film Festival, which recognizes the next generation of acting talent across the continent.
The eagerly awaited PATRICK’S DAY will open in 19 cinemas nationwide from the 6th February. In Dublin you can catch Patrick’s Day at Cineworld, IMC Dun Laoghaire, IMC Santry, IMC Screen, Movies @ Dundrum, Movies @ Swords, Omniplex Rathmines, the Light House Cinema (where the film will be showing with the award-winning animated short Coda) and the Irish Film Institute, which will host a special screening on 6th Feb. Q&A with director Terry McMahon, members of the cast and Prof Ivor Browne. Around the country Patrick’s Day will be showing at Cork Omniplex and Triskel Cork, IMC Galway, The Eye Galway, Omniplex Limerick, Arc Cinema Drogheda, IMC Mullingar. Mayo Movieworld, and Movies @ Gorey. The film will also open a week later on the 13th of February in the Gaiety Cinema Sligo.