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IRISH CINEMA REVIEW AT CAMERIMAGEAdded : 11.09.2017
With great pleasure we invite you to the Irish Cinema Review which will take place during the 25th edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE. This will be another edition of the long-lasting Camerimage initiative of bringing to the festival's participants interesting films from all over Europe that demonstrate the cinematic richness of the Old Continent. The Irish Culture Foundation and the Consulate of Ireland in Poznań are the official partners of the Review's screenings of five recognized Irish films from the last two years.
  
 
Discover with us the treasures of Irish cinema!
 
As a part of the Review we will screen:
 


Date for Mad Mary, A

 
Original title: A Date for Mad Mary
Director: Darren Thonrton
Cinematographer: 
Ole Bratt Birkeland
 
 
‘Mad’ Mary McArdle returns to Drogheda after a short spell in prison she’d rather forget. Back home, everything and everyone has changed. Her best friend Charlene is about to get married, and Mary is maid of honour. When Charlene refuses Mary a ‘plus one’ on the grounds that she probably wouldn’t find a date anyway, Mary becomes determined to prove her wrong.
 
 

Handsome Devil

 
Polish title: Piękny drań
Director: John Butler
Cinematographer: Cathal Watters
 
 
Ned is a sensitive Irish teenager. He hates high school – a place where everyone is obsessed with rugby and people constantly take him for a gay outsider. Being an optimist, he patiently bears the humiliation. That is, until one day he decides he’s had enough when he finds out that he’ll have to share his boarding school room with a newly admitted student. Conor is a great rugby player and seems to embody everything that is ruining Ned’s life. At first glance, there’s no way the boys will get along. But then a wise English teacher gets involved. A surprisingly serene film about adolescence complemented by a wonderful soundtrack.
 
 

Sanctuary

 
Original title: Sanctuary
Director: Len Collin
Cinematographer: 
Russell Gleeson 
 
 
Larry and Sophie are in love. What could be more natural for them than to want to be alone together? They convince the feckless Tom to book them into a hotel for an afternoon’s tryst and look forward to getting to know each other, like countless couples before them. But Larry and Sophie aren’t just any couple – they both have intellectual disabilities and Tom is their care worker. Both hilarious and heartbreaking, Sanctuary is a truly subversive piece of cinema about two young people trying to be together in a world doing everything to keep them apart.
 
 

Sing Street

Polish title: Młodzi przebojowi
Director: John Carney
Cinematographer: Yaron Orbach