Between Land and Sea, the new observational feature from Ross Whitaker (Unbreakable, Saviours), follows a year in the life of the Irish surf town Lahinch, Co. Clare.
Set against the backdrop of Ireland’s stunning west coast, the film digs deep into the day-to-day lives of a community of surfers, taking the audience beyond the bluster of the typical adrenaline fueled film to create a very real portrait of those who choose the surf lifestyle.
Described by the Irish Times as a "brilliant documentary" which it recommends to "See it on the big screen if you can", the film has already had two sold out screenings at Dublin's Irish Film Institute.
Read the full Irish Times Review
Screenings of Between Land and Sea are now happening nationally as follows:
Garter Lane Arts Centre, Waterford
Sunday March 12th (SOLD OUT)
Tuesday March 21st (Book tickets for Garter Lane March 21)
The Gate Cinema, Cork
Monday March 13th (Book tickets for The Gate)
Wednesday March 15th (Book tickets for Glór)
The EYE Cinema, Galway
Thursday March 16th (SOLD OUT)
Eclipse Cinemas, Bundoran
Friday March 17th onwards (Book tickets for Eclipse Cinemas)
Phoenix Cinema, Dingle
Tuesday March 28th (Tickets available on the door)
UCD Cinema, Belfield
Wednesday March 29th (Book tickets for UCD March 29)
Thursday March 30th (Book tickets for UCD March 30)
The Model, Sligo / Shore Shots Irish Surf Festival
Sunday April 23rd (Book tickets for Shore Shots Festival)
Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray
Monday May 15th (Book tickets for Mermaid Arts Centre)
Additional screenings are being added.
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