Synopsis

"You'll shed a tear or two, possibly more" - The Guardian

Older Than Ireland is a landmark documentary that tells the story of a hundred years of a life as seen through the eyes of thirty Irish centenarians.

The film was one of the most successful Irish documentaries of all time in terms of domestic and international box office and won various awards, including Best Documentary at Galway Film Fleadh, The Irish Times Ticket Awards and the Irish Film Festival, New Jersey. It also won the Director's Choice Award at the Boston Irish Film Festival.

The film was uniquely invited to play twice in the National Gallery of Ireland.

Directed by Alex Fegan

Funded by Screen Ireland

Film Credits

Director:
Alex Fegan
Producer:
Garry Walsh
Writer:
Alex Fegan
Starring:
Winnifred Anderson
Bridget Aspell

More Information

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Rating:12A
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Country: Ireland
Language: English
Released:29 April 2016
Duration: 81 min
Genres: Documentary

Older Than Ireland

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