‘Patrick’s Day’ Wins at Woodstock


Terry McMahon’s latest film Patrick’s Day picked up three awards at the Woodstock Film Festival in the US. The film was awarded the Maverick Award for Best Feature Narrative.

Michael Lavelle took the Haskell Wexler Award for Best Cinematography and the James Lyons Award for Best Editing of a Feature Narrative  went to Emer Reynolds.

Patrick’s Day stars Kerry Fox, Moe Dunford, Catherine Walker and Philip Jackson.

Patrick’s Day will be released in Irish cinemas in early 2015 and will have a gala screening at the Cork Film Festival next month.


‘Patrick’s Day’ Screens at Woodstock


Terry McMahon’s critically acclaimed film Patrick’s Day has been selected  for competition at the Woodstock Film Festival, which runs from October 15th – October 19th in Woodstock New York.


Written and directed by Terry McMahon, this powerful story of a young man with mental health issues who falls for a suicidal flight attendant Patrick’s Day won the Audience Award for ‘Best Film’ at The 26th Galway Film Fleadh and also just been awarded the Director’s Guild of America 2014 ‘Finders Series’ Award, which is awarded to only one film each year.