David Farrell is one of Ireland’s leading photographers working today and the only Irish person to have won the European Publishers Award for Photography. He is best known for his hugely successful exhibition Innocent Landscapes, dealing with the searches for the so-called ‘disappeared’ from the conflict in the North of Ireland.
Director Donald Taylor Black’s film documents two years in the working life of Farrell and was shot in Dublin, Wicklow, Cobh, Paris, and Lugo in northern Italy. Filmmaker Donald Taylor Black’s work includes films about the arts such as At the Cinema Palace – Liam O’Leary and observational documentaries such as The Joy. He is currently Creative Director of the National Film School.
David Farrell’s Elusive Moments will be screened on Sunday 23rd November at 1 pm. Both Donald Taylor Black and David Farrell will be present for a post-screening Q&A.
Tickets can be booked through www.ifi.ie and by telephone on 01 679 3477.