2016’s edition of the Irish Film Festival will wrap up today with a lot of fine final day screenings. Every year, IFF brings quality films to the MetroBoston area, and from what I understand, this year has been no different.
For those of you who may have missed Friday’s feature Older Than Ireland, don’t fret – you’ll get another chance to see this innovative and intriguing documentary when it opens for an exclusive limited one week engagement at Cambridge’s Kendall Square Cinema on April 22 – better mark your calendars now!
OK, onto today’s roster – and what a final day they’re presenting! As always, full info and ticket info can be found at the official Irish Film Festival website, and all screenings take place at the glorious Somerville Theatre in Somerville!
1:00 PM – New Irish Shorts Program 2 (Somerville 1 – main theatre)
2:00 PM – After ’16 (shorts – Somerville 5)
3:00 PM – Michael Collins (classic 1996 film – Somerville 1)
4:30 PM – The Women’s Council – Women Of The Revolution (with classic short A Night of Storytelling – Somerville 5)
6:00 PM – An Klondike (closing night film, with short The Mayor Of Boston, My Son – Somerville 5)
As always, you will get a complete overview of the 2016 IFF on Subject:CINEMA‘s “Boston Springs A Fethival” shows in mid-May, so dont’cha dare miss it! And stay with eCinemaBoston – there’s LOTS more to come in the next six weeks – fest season is just getting started!