Meet the Academy Award winning duo Ross White and Tom Berkeley and see their film ‘An Irish Goodbye’ in London

The tour of the Academy Award winning film An Irish Goodbye continues and this time the beautiful BAFTA and Academy award-winning film will play in the capital. Tom Berkeley and Ross White took home the Academy Award last month in Hollywood for this special live-action short which stars James Martin, the first actor with Down syndrome to star in an Academy award-winning film.

Floodlight Pictures present a special screening of Academy Award and BAFTA-winning short film An Irish Goodbye, as part of their Homecoming Tour. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with writer and director duo – Ross White and Tom Berkeley. As well as getting the chance to meet the filmmakers, you can take a picture with the Academy Award.

The film will screen in London on:

13th of April at Picture House Central at 7 pm

18th of April at Picture House Crouch End at 7 pm

19th of April at Picture House Central in Clapham at 7 pm

On a farm in rural Northern Ireland, estranged brothers Turlough (Seamus O’Hara) and Lorcan (James Martin) are forced to reunite following the untimely death of their mother (Michelle Fairley). But when the pair discover an unfulfilled bucket list belonging to their late mum, their pained reunion takes an altogether different course.

To purchase tickets for a screening of An Irish Goodbye, visit here…

For our interview with Academy Award winning team Ross White and Tom Berkeley, visit here…

Written by Theatrefullstop