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Amhrán na Mara - Irish Language Screening in selected cinemas in Ireland from 10th July


AMHRÁN na MARA – IRISH LANGUAGE SCREENING

Amhrán na Mara will be available in selected cinemas in Ireland from 10th July. This is the Irish version of the Oscar-nominated and acclaimed Song of the Sea which opens on the same date.

Song of the Sea will play in approximately 66 cinemas which will carry both versions of the film.  Of the 66,  ODEON BLANCHARDSTOWN,  ODEON NAAS. the Lighthouse, Dublin, SGC Dungarvan and  EYE GALWAY have confirmed they will  play an Irish language version on scheduled shows.  For further details on screening times, please contact your local cinema.

Produced by the acclaimed Cartoon Saloon and directed by Tomm Moore (who also directed the Oscar-nominated animation The Secret of Kells) this charming story draws on the Irish tradition of the ‘selkie’.     The story centres around Saoirse, a young girl who does not speak. She has lost her mother and is being reared  by her father on an island with her brother Ben.  But Saoirse discovers that she is special and can transform into a seal.  This brings her on a quest and a magical maritime adventure.  The story is tender and appealing, enhanced by the wonderful animation and charming songs.

For further Information, contact Linda Ní Ghríofa.

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