BOSTON SPRINGS A FETHIVAL: Irish Film Festival 2016, Day Two

irishfilmfestivalThe luck of the Irish – and their amazing films – are on display this weekend at the 2016 Irish Film Festival, continuing through Sunday at the Somerville Theater in Somerville (well, DUH!).

Friday’s feature is the Festival’s “Director’s Choice” feature, a unique documentary called Older Than Ireland, which looks at the past 100 years from 30 people over 100 years of age who watched things happen. Director Alex Fegan and producer Garry Walsh will be on hand for a Q&A that will no doubt be a lot of fun. I urge you to get out there and see it tonight if you can.

It is screening with the Director’s Choice short, City Of Roses.

Tickets are available through the Irish Film Festival website here, along with full descriptions of both films, or you can also purchase tickets through the Somerville Theatre website and at the Somerville Theatre box office if they’re not sold out.

Saturday and Sunday will be busier days, as there are several films running throughout the day, and we’ll have the rundown of those each morning. Don’t forget to keep checking with eCinemaBoston for all the latest news and info!