Eigse Michael Hartnett-Song of Granite

Newcastle West Film Club are delighted to be collaborate with this years Eigse Michael Hartnett Festival with the screening of the film Song of Granite. For more information on this fantastic festival you can visit the website

https://www.eigsemichaelhartnett.ie/

The film will be screened on Friday 13th April at 8pm in Desmond Complex. Entry is €7. Tickets for the event can be booked online through The Limetree Theatre who are taking bookings for the festival’s events.

https://www.limetreetheatre.ie/show/eigse-michael-hartnett-song-of-granite-screening/

Alternatively tickets can be bought at the door, subject to availability. Please note Desmond Complex  is a wheelchair accessible venue and there is an audioloop in the room where the screening will take place. This is an over 18s event.

Now some details on the film.

Song Of Granite. Friday 13th April 2018. 8pm

Director Pat Collins. Ireland. 2017. 104 minutes.

Acclaimed filmmaker Pat Collins (of ‘Necklace of Wrens’ fame) brings the dramatic life story of legendary sean- nós singer Joe Heaney to the screen in THE SONG IN GRANITE, an audacious exploration of the man and his music. With an approach that marries traditional narrative episodes with documentary footage, the film will celebrate the music Joe Heaney created while painting an unflinching portrait of Heaney, the man.

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