King of the Travellers still in selected cinemas after 4 weeks!

King of the Travellers will be showing this week in the following cinemas:
Eye Cinema Galway Fri to Thu 17:20
Showtime Cinemas Limerick Fri and Sat 22:30
Eclipse Cinemas Bundoran Fri to Sun, Tue 16:00
Mon, Wed, Thu at 18:30
Gaiety Cinema Sligo Fri to Thu 20:45

Support Irish Film this weekend


Its rare that we get a weekend with so many Irish options in the cinema so why not go and support Irish Film this weekend. The film I edited last year had a good opening week and its great news that King of the Travellers is still on in the following cinemas this week.

Movies @ Swords,
Movies @ Dundrum
IMC Cinemas Dun Laoghaire,
Light House Cinema,
Eye Cinema Galway,
Showtime Cinemas Limerick,
Mayo Movie World Castlebar,
Gaiety Cinema Sligo,
Gaiety Cinema Arklow
Eclipse Cinemas Bundoran.

Please do what you can to support the film

As well as KOTT you can still catch Pilgrim Hill which is doing great business.

and opening this weekend in selected cinemas is the new film from Kieron J.Walsh… Jump

as pointed out to me my Cian, Good Vibrations is still screening in some cinemas nationwide, which makes 4 Irish films which has to be a first.

King of the Travellers Opens THIS WEEKEND!

I’m delighted that the film I edited, King of the Travellers opens this Friday nationwide. I urge everyone to make the effort to go see the film this weekend and support Irish film. You’ve seen the posters around town, now go see the film!

Grounded in the traditions of the Irish Traveller community, King of the Travellers follows John Paul Moorehouse on his destructive quest to uncover the truth about his father’s killer. John Paul’s desire for revenge is swayed as he falls for Winnie Power, the daughter of the man he suspects killed his father. To ensure authenticity in the film, Travellers were cast to play the Traveller roles, many of whom had never acted before. With a nod to the Sergio Leone and John Ford Westerns of the last century, King of the Travellers is an explosive contemporary take on Traveller life.

There will be a special preview on Thursday April 18 in the IFI Dublin, director Mark O’Connor and cast members John Connors, Michael Collins and Peter Coonan (Love/Hate) will take part in a Q&A session with broadcaster Vincent Browne.

The Film will also screen nationwide at the following cinema’s…

Irish Film Institute (IFI)
Light House Cinema
Movies @ Dundrum
Movies @ Swords
IMC Cinemas Dun Laoghaire
Cineworld Cinemas Dublin
Eye Cinema Galway
Gaiety Cinema Sligo
Gaiety Cinema Arklow
Showtime Cinemas Limerick
Mayo Movie World Castlebar

Here’s an article from last week’s Irish Times about the film