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Filmmaker Graham Cantwell chats to Steve Gunn about his life in film.
George R. R. Martin, the renowned author of the Game of Thrones series of novels and owner of the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will present the North American Cinema Premiere of The Callback Queen from February 7th 2014.
Acclaimed Dublin-born director, Graham Cantwell, premieres his romantic comedy ‘The Callback Queen’ at the 25th Galway Film Fleadh
Graham Cantwell’s second feature ‘The Callback Queen’ will have its World Premiere the 25th Galway Film Fleadh at the Town Hall Theatre at 7pm on 10th July.
From director Graham Cantwell comes this debut feature set mainly in 1970s Ireland. The title character returns from a few years abroad to find his home county of Cavan a changed place. Violence and intimidation from the North has spilled over into the county, angering Anton (Anthony Fox) and Bren (Andy Smith). Deciding to put their angry ranting about ‘the Brits’ into action, the two, rather clumsily, join the local IRA branch. This draws the ire of the local bully-boy, Detective Lynch (Gerard McSorley) as well as further alienating Anton from his wife Maria (Laura Way). Lynch takes a dim view of their antics, brutally hammering home his message to them and Anton’s innocent brother, Edward (Cillian Roche) and the brothers are drawn into a violent downward spiral.
A new Irish feature film Anton is set for a nationwide release on 10th October and stars IFTA award-winner Gerard McSorley (In The Name of the Father, The Boxer and Omagh). Helmed by award-winning director Graham Cantwell (A Dublin Story – shortlisted for Academy Award® nomination in 2004), it also stars Anthony Fox (The General, […]