access>CINEMA at Home: When All Is Ruin Once Again

Directed by Keith Walsh

“★ ★ ★ ★ ★  Spectacular, ruminative, lyrical and with a canny instinct for silence between its verbal interactions, When All Is Ruin Once Again is a masterpiece of cinema”

When All Is Ruin Once Again was filmed over a 7-year period amongst the communities of Gort in South Galway and Crusheen in Co. Clare, during which the Limerick to Galway motorway was being constructed. The film reflects on and examines the rural life of these communities in the midst of great local and national change.

Due to COVID-19, film clubs and arts centres across the access>CINEMA network are temporarily closed.

However through the access>CINEMA at Home virtual cinema experience, audiences can watch When All Is Ruin Once Again online through participating arts centres / film clubs and our release partners Break Out Pictures and Twopair Films.

If you rent When All Is Ruin Once Again via your local film club or arts centre, you will receive a promotional code, which will provide you with a 20% discount on the rental fee.

In addition part of the proceedings from the rental fee you pay will also be donated to the film club or arts center you rent the film from, and so you will be directly supporting that organisation's future film programme.

The following access>CINEMA at Home screenings of When All Is Ruin Once Again are confirmed so far:

Mon April 27, 8pm Galway Film Society

Mon April 27, 8pm Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray

Mon April 27, 8pm Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge

Tue April 28, 8pm Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda

Wed April 29, 8pm Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise

Thu April 30, 8pm Sligo Film Society

Wed May 06, 8pm Maynooth Film For All

Wed May 12, 8pm Birr Theatre & Arts Centre

Sun May 17, 8pm The Civic, Tallaght

Tue May 19, 8pm Linenhall Arts Centre, Castlebar