The New York International Film Festival screens Sé Merry Doyle’s film, ‘Jimmy Murakami – Non Alien’ on the 23rd November at 1pm in the Quad Cinema New York.
In this award winning feature documentary, the famous animator of ‘Snowman’ and ‘When the Wind Blows’ makes a pilgrimage back to Tule Lake Concentration Camp, where alongside his family, he was interned for four years after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. The film has had several prestige screening worldwide and won the ‘Director’s Choice Award’ at the Sacramento International Film Festival.
The weather is getting better, the evenings are getting longer and the Loopliners are really looking forward to the Dingle Film Festival this year. It’s sure to be a great event not only because it is falling on St Patrick’s weekend but also because Loopline Film have two feature documentaries in this year’s line up.
We are delighted to have Jimmy Murakami join us for a another festival screening of “Jimmy Murakami Non- Alien” on the 18th of March and if you missed the chance to see “Dreaming The Quiet Man” in Cork last November don’t let it pass you by this 19th of March. It was such a success in Cork that Maureen O’Hara has decided to join us again.
So get your tickets and come on down to Dingle and if someone asks would you like water with your whiskey you can answer them in the words of Michaleen Flynn…
“When I drink whiskey, I drink whiskey and when I drink water, I drink water.”