Dingle International Film Festival has announced that, due to popular to demand, they will host a second screening of The Camino Voyage/Iomramh an Chamino on Sunday 25th March at the Phoenix Cinema.

An epic 2,500 km modern day celtic odyssey, The Camino Voyage/Iomramh an Chamino is directed by Dónal Ó Céilleachair. Five men demonstrate the courage, endurance and friendship required to complete the historic voyage. This documentary features Breanndán ó Beagaloich, Glen Hansard, Liam Holden, Brendan-Pháid ó Muircheartaigh and poet Domhnall Mac Síthigh. Dedicated to the memory of Domhnall Mac Síthigh (1951-2017).

For hundreds of years people sailed from Ireland to A Coruña in Northern Spain and walked the camino to Santiago de Compostela from there. This inspiring crew have done their own version of this historical voyage in a Naomhóg (a traditional West Kerry curragh). Every community that they have connected with en route opened their doors – and their hearts – to this crew, and the men have in exchange, inspired them with their courage, endurance, storytelling, music, poetry and song in a coming together of people in the most fundamental and ancient of ways.

“It took sweat, blood and blisters to complete while deepening and renewing friendships, creativity and spirituality in the process.”- Danny Sheehy

The Camino Voyage/ Iomramh an Chamino is an Anú Pictures Production in association with Phoenix Films and is funded by Údarás Craolacháin Na hÉireann/The Broadcasting Authority Of Ireland and with the participation of TG4, RTÉ agus Bord Scannán Na hÉireann /The Irish Film Board. It is produced by Martina Durac and Dónal Ó Céilleachair and the Executive Producers are Pádraig & Síle Ó Laighain.

The sold out screening of The Camino Voyage will open the festival on Thursday 22nd.

Click HERE for tickets (Sunday 25th).

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