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Tile Films Christmas Viewings

Dec. 19, 2016 · 8 months ago · by Stephen Rooke · 0 comments · 537 views · 211 words


This post is related to our production Wrecking The Rising (Éirí Amach Amú) » see the production page


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Have you gotten your copy of this year's festive edition of the RTÉ Guide? Tile Films' productions feature not once, but twice!

Firstly you will be able to view 'Wrecking the Rising' on Tuesday the 27th of December at 10:15pm on TG4.

This drama follows the fortunes of three Dublin modern re-enactors who travel back in time to 1916, just as the Easter Rising is about to break out. Their first accidental contribution is to deprive the rebellion of one of its most famous leaders. Thereafter the trio must decide whether to keep history on course or use their in-depth knowledge to plot some new and unexpected outcomes...Makes for perfect post-Christmas viewing!

Also featured is our docu-drama 'Seven Women' presented by Fiona Shaw which recounts the fascinating stories of seven female figures who played a pivotal part in the Easter Rising, but who have been lost in the annals of history.  This was initially screened on RTÉ on the 30th of November and has been picked as one of the RTÉ Guide's online highlights to be re-watched on RTÉ player at your leisure. 

Tile hopes you get the most out of your festive viewing and wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!



ABOUT WRECKING THE RISING (ÉIRÍ AMACH AMÚ)


When three modern day Dublin men are mysteriously transported back in time to 1916, where they commit a huge blunder. Realising they have wrecked the Easter Rising before it has even begun, they must somehow keep history on course – and figure out a way to return to the future.

Release: 2016

"When three modern day Dublin men are mysteriously transported back in time to 1916, where they commit a huge blunder. Realising they have wrecked the Easter Rising before it has even begun, they must somehow keep history on course – ..."

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