Curzon’s on demand service will present a season of acclaimed Irish films including the award winning titles Parked and Waveriders, starting from Friday, November 14th in partnership with Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland (FÉ/SI) is the national development agency for Irish filmmaking and the Irish film, television and animation industry. (IFB). Curzon Home Cinema offers the very best in hand-picked, critically-acclaimed and award-winning independent cinema and, supported by the IFB, is proud to present a selection of quality independent Irish films to homes across Ireland and the UK from November 14th.
The titles are:
A powerful examination of marriage adapted by Eugene O’Brien from his own acclaimed play.
The inspirational and untold story of the Irish roots of worldwide surfing and today’s pioneers of Irish big wave surfing.
A funny and moving story of an unlikely friendship starring Colm Meaney and Colin Morgan.
Snap (2010) The feature debut from Irish playwright Carmel Winters is a taut and suspense-filled psychological drama.
Barbaric Genius (2011)
The remarkable story of John Healy, from Camden drunk to world-class chess player, award-winning author and beyond.
Hill Street (2012) An intriguing portrait of Dublin’s skateboarding culture.
More information can be found on the new-look Curzon Home Cinema website: http://www.curzonhomecinema.com/