The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid, on release in cinemas from Friday, will be accompanied by a series of panel discussions after selected screenings.
Feargal Ward’s critically acclaimed and award-winning new documentary The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid will have an Irish cinema release on October 19th.
Feargal Ward's award-winning documentary feature, The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid will have its UK premiere this week at the Sheffield Doc/Fest.
UK documentary festival Sheffield Doc/Fest has unveiled the programme for its 25th edition, which runs from June 7th to 12th. Included in this year's lineup are 4 films from Ireland: The Ballymurphy Precedent, I, Dolours, The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid, and Lovers of the Night.
Five Irish feature documentaries – Feargal Ward’s The Lonely Battle Of Thomas Reid, Maurice Sweeney’s I, Dolours, David Sington and Heather Walsh’s Mercury 13, Katrina Costello’s The Silver Branch, and Hannah Quinn's Smithy & Dickie will screen at the HotDocs festival in Toronto.
Rich line-up of Irish documentaries brings a dose of reality and a host of World and Irish Premieres to the Audi Dublin International Film Festival 2018, 21st Feb-4th March.
Feargal Ward's The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid has been selected to compete in the IDFA 2017 Competition for Feature-Length Documentary.
The 24th Sheffield Doc/Fest kicks off today in the heart of England, with a programme of UK and international non-fiction content including 6 Irish films.