PILGRIM HILL, the new Irish film directed by Gerard Barrett, winner of the Rising Star awards at this year’s IFTA, will be shown in The Eye Cinema next month.
The film, which has been called “a masterful debut” by The Irish Times and “Irish cinema at its best” by RTE.ie, will be shown on Tuesday April 9th at 7pm, with the director in attendance, followed by a Q&A.
Pilgrim Hill centres on Jimmy Walsh (played by Joe Mullins ), a middle-aged, unmarried, and poorly educated farmer who must tend the remote family land, as well as for his ageing father. His social life amounts to an occasional couple of pints in the pub. He is finding life tough, but is not prepared for the turn it is about to take.
Win tickets to Pilgrim Hill
The Galway Advertiser in association with Element Pictures has 15 pairs of tickets for this Eye screening of Pilgrim Hill.
To be in with a chance to win just answer the following question: Name the director of the new Irish film Pilgrim Hill.
Email your answers to [email protected] and write Pilgrim Hill Competition in the subject box. You must include your name, address, and a telephone number at which you can be contacted. The closing date for entries is Wednesday April 3 at 5pm.