‘Trampoline’ Secures Limited Theatrical Release

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Trampoline a new Irish independent feature film has secured a limited theatrical release at the Ormond Cineplex Nenagh.

The film which has won Best Feature at the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival in New York and Best Leading Actress at the Indie Fest Awards in LA, will run at the Ormond Cineplex for a week beginning Friday Februrary 21st.

Set and shot in Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, ‘Trampoline’ is a light hearted drama which follows a young woman named Angie (Aoife Spratt) who returns to Tipperary after finishing college and gets a job teaching at her old secondary school. While home she must reconnect with her family and friends as well as trying to figure out what her next step in life should be.

26 year old writer/ director Tom Ryan is thrilled with the news that the film will receive a cinema release in his home town. “Having Trampoline screen at the Ormond means more to me than any film festival. I got my first ever job in that cinema when I was 16, I started off checking tickets and now, ten years later I get to come back with my first feature as a writer – director. It’s an amazing achievement!”

The film was made for a budget of €1000 which was raised by local businesses in Nenagh sponsoring the film. It has already screened in festivals both at home and abroad and has scooped many major awards.

Tickets will be available soon on the Ormond Cineplex website – http://www.ormondcineplex.com/
More information on the film can be found at trampolinemovie.com

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