Galway Film Society to screen When All Is Ruin Once Again

Award winning documentary is set in south County Galway

A still from When All Is Ruin Once Again.

A still from When All Is Ruin Once Again.

WHEN ALL Is Ruin Once Again, a poetic documentary filmed in and around Gort, and which won Best Cinematography In An Irish Feature award at the 2018 Galway Film Fleadh, gets an online screening this weekend.

When All is Ruin Once Again, made by Gort based film production company Twopair Films, will be screened by the Galway Film Society on Monday April 27 at 8pm via https://vimeo.com/ondemand/wairoa.

Subscribers to Galway Film Society’s newsletter will receive a promotion code on Sunday 26, which will provide a 20 per cent discount on the film rental fee. To find out more about the screening email [email protected] or see GFS Facebook.

During director Keith Walsh’s time in Crusheen, and later the parish of Beagh, two huge motorway projects by-passed communities there, dramatically changing the landscape. This led Twopair Films into exploring the rhythms and traditions of the area and the questions of legacy. Filmed in black and white at firesides, hurling pitches, card games, and boglands, with music from Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh, the film portrays rural life during the recession of the late Noughties/early 2010s.

 

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