Updated November 11
Thanks to director Sé Merry Doyle for dropping by and reminding us that we can learn more about John Ford: Dreaming the Quiet Man by checking Loopline Film in all of its places on the web:
Main website for Loopline Film
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And finally, of course, Loopline’s YouTube Channel
We wish you continued success with this film!!
The Irish Film and Television Network reports that the Irish documentary John Ford: Dreaming The Quiet Man, which screened at the Imagine Ireland film festival at MOMA in New York a few months back, is back in the limelight at the American Film Institute European Union Film Showcase, which began today:
It’s a big thrill, that fact that it was chosen is a great recognition. It’s been gathering momentum”said Director Sé Merry Doyle, “The plan is that its going to get a general release in Ireland, and a limited release in the UK to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the making of ‘The Quiet Man’. It’s been building up a bit of a reputation with each festival.
Narrated by Gabriel Byrne, the film looks at the filming of the classic ‘The Quiet Man’. Maureen O’ Hara gives a powerful insight into the director John Ford and her co-star John Wayne, describing the film as “love letter to Ireland”.
The film is showing Friday and Saturday, November 4-5, and Wednesday, November 9 at the AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center in Silver Springs, Maryland USA .
Lastly, for your viewing enjoyment, here is the trailer:
Will come back and watch when I’m less tired.
It most certainly is A Love Affair. IRELAND
Thanks for sharing this.
The trailer makes me wish very much to see the documentary. So I hope it will come to Norway or on a DVD as soon as possible.
For anybody interested in my film ‘Dreaming the Quiet Man’ visit Loopline on Facebook or on our website. Thanks Sé Merry Doyle
Thanks for visiting! I’ll add these links to the posting. I know everyone looks forward to seeing this film!