Blinder Films are delighted to announce a successful first week for One Hundred Mornings finishing up in The Irish Film Institute yesterday, 12th May, One Hundred Mornings can still be seen by cinemagoers in Movies @ Dundrum, Movies @ Swords, IMC Dun Laoghaire and the Eye Galway for another week!
Rave reviews describe the film as ‘cleverly constructed and surprisingly gripping drama, and the best Irish film so far this year.’ [5***** Paul Whitington, The Independent], ‘one of the very best Irish films of the last decade’ [Donald Clark, The Irish Times] and ‘One Hundred Mornings is much more than a genre Piece, what it achieves within the confines of the “post-apocalyptic” header is a highly original take on a premise we have seen many times before, and the result is an extremely human film that will stay with you for days’ [ 4**** The Dubliner Magazine].
In addition to the film being released in cinemas Director Conor Horgan and Producer Katie Holly took part in a sell out master class hosted by Filmbase: ‘One Hundred Mornings: A case study in Digital feature film production and distribution’.
One Hundred Mornings will continue on around the country on its nationwide release opening:
• Wednesday 18th May The Model Arts Centre Sligo – Q&A with director to be held on the 19th
• Friday 20th Queens Film Theatre Belfast – director Conor Horgan and actor Ciaran McMenamin will be for an opening night Q&A
• Also opening on Friday 20th Carrick Cinema Roscommon, Century Cinema Letterkenny and Park Cinema Clonakilty.
The film was produced by Katie Holly at Bl!inder films as part of Project Catalyst and the much anticipated Irish release on 6th May is being supported by the Irish Film Board/Bord Scannán na hÉireann.
To view the trailer and see further info, visit www.onehundredmornings.com
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