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With the 1916 Rising Anniversary just around the corner, Tile Films are excited that Áille an Uafáis / A Terrible Beauty is scheduled to be repeated on TG4 on the 29th of March at 21:30! Check out more about the production here or follow this link:
Categories · Film Production
Big congrats to Colm Whelan who won an IFTA for Aille an Ufais/A Terrible Beauty. To find out more about this programme check out http://www.1916film.com/ and http://www.storiesfrom1916.com/.
Tile Films are excited that 'A Terrible Beauty' will be screened daily in the Volta Theatre during the Milwaukee Irish Festival starting on the 12th August 2015.
The festival is the biggest Irish Festival in the US with approximately 120,000 people attending over the three day event. Tile's sister company Tile Media are also mounting a fully interactive exhibit in the cultural village at the festival. For more, check out the site, facebook and twitter
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At the invitation of the Irish Consul General in Hong Kong , Peter Ryan, Tile Films' "A Terrible Beauty" screened at the famous Fringe Club in Hong Kong on Saturday the 2nd of May 2015 to a full house. The screening was the centrepiece of a week of events organised by the Consulate of Ireland, Hong Kong attended by director and writer of the docudrama Keith Farrell and Colin Farrell project manager of the storiesfrom1916.com project. They also gave presentations at three secondary schools in the city in the last few days
Scottish Premiere Of A Terrible Beauty At The Filmhouse Edinburgh At 3.20pm On Saturday The 7th March 2015
Secret Histories: Screening Irish History is a season of Irish films screening at the famous Filmhouse home of the Edinburgh International Film Festival. The season explores some of the dark and troubling aspects of Irish life and history. A Terrible Beauty is the final film in the series which is run in association with the Edinburgh School of History,Classics and Archeology.
A Terrible Beauty/Áille an Uafáis closed CIFF (Capital Irish Film Festival) in Washington DC on the 8th of February 2015 to a full house. In attendance at the opening of the festival was Ambassador Anne Anderson the Irish ambassador to the United States who was presented with a DVD copy of the docudrama.
The all regions DVD of A Terrible Beauty can now be ordered online at www.1916film.com
The North American premiere of A Terrible Beauty/Áille an Uafáis is on the 6th of September 2014 in International House in Philadelphia
A Terrible Beauty... wins Best Documentary Film at the 2013 Crystal Palace International Film Festival in London. Following screenings in Manchester and Liverpool the film was successful in winning best documentary at the cpiff festival http://cpiff.co.uk/winners
Irish Film Institute Screens "A Terrible Beauty" On Sunday The 21st April At 1pm In Temple Bar, Dublin
Ireland on Sunday is the IFI''s monthly showcase for new Irish film. Producer Dave Farrell and Editor DaithiConnaughton will participate in a post screening Q&A.
Keith and Dave Farrell’s docudrama A Terrible Beauty centres on two linked events during the Irish Rebellion of 1916: the battles of Mount Street and North King Street which culminated in the massacre of 15 innocent young men and boys. Largely told from the perspective of the foot soldiers on both Irish and British sides, and innocent civilians caught in the middle, all characters are real and much of the dialogue is taken directly from accounts given by combatants on both sides, and the wives and mothers of those murdered.