The CINETEXTON International Film Festival on Architecture screens Sé Merry Doyle’s Reel Art documentary ‘Talking to My Father’ on Friday 30th September at 7PM in CCU (Universitary Cultural Complex)Puebla Mexico . This follows on from screenings at ADFF New York, Festival du Art Montreal and Arab Centre for Architecture Beirut. The film began its life at the ADIFF Film Festival in Dublin followed by a theatrical run at the Irish Film Institute. For more info
Free screening ‘Talking to My Father’ at the Lexicon Library Dun Laoighaire. 27th Feb at 2:PM Funded by the Arts Council Reel Art Scheme. Simon Walker and Sé Merry Doyle will introduce the film.
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FILM NIGHT Sara Walker Gallery Castletownbere
Talking to my Father by Sé Merry Doyle
Saturday 1st August 8.30PM
A very intimate screening of Sé Merry Doyle’s new feature documentary ‘Talking to my Father’ at the Sara Walker Gallery. Sara is the daughter of Robin Walker who alongside her brother Simon are the two main protagonists of this film set in the world of architecture. It will also be a memorable screening as it is close to the location of one of Robin’s most famous creations ‘Bothar Bui‘ the home he built for his family on the wild Beara Penninsula.
For more info on this film go to ‘Talking to My Father’ page.
The acclaimed Director/Producer Margo Harkin chose Loopline Post to Edit and Grade her new film ‘The Far Side of Revenge’. The film was made under the Arts Council Reel Art scheme and will have its World Premiere at the Dublin Film Festival on the 21st February. The film was edited by Sé Merry Doyle and Nicky Dunne supervised the Graphics – Master Grading and Sound Mix.