‘The Gingerbread Men’ screens at Filmbase at 10 Days in Dublin Festival

| June 27, 2012 | Comments (0)

A new Irish feature film will screen at Filmbase in Dublin for 2 nights in July. The Gingerbread Men is directed by Dáire McNab and produced by McNab, Robert Kearns and Simone Cameron-Coen, who previously produced the 2009 horror feature The Farm. McNab’s short Nirvana won the main prize at the 2008 National Student Film Festival.
The Gingerbread Men is a dark comedy set in Dublin. It follows 2 final year Trinity College students, Charlie (womanizer) and Ken (virgin), over 2 (two) life-changing months. After Ken enlists Charlie to help him lose his virginity, things don’t go to plan for either of them.

The Gingerbread Men stars Elliot Moriarty as Charlie and Kenneth Conway as Ken, and is narrated by Damian Clark (Republic of Telly). The soundtrack includes songs from Republic of Loose and Sounds of System Breakdown.

The film will be screening in Filmbase on Saturday 7th and Saturday 14th July 2012 as part of the 10 Days in Dublin Festival. Tickets cost €8 online and €10 at the door. Both screenings begin at 19:00.

As an added bonus, everyone who attends the screenings will receive a free DVD copy of the film when it is released in late September 2012.

For more details on the film check out www.secondwavefilms.com

To purchase tickets go to http://www.10daysindublin.com/portfolio/the-gingerbread-men

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