From Friday 16th to Sunday 18th April, in Montefiascone (Viterbo) IrishFilmFesta presents four Irish films (original language with Italian subtitles).
Fri 16th Apr – 8.45 PM: The Wind That Shakes the Barley (K. Loach, 2006)
Sat 17th Apr – 4.30 PM: Mickybo and Me (T. Loane, 2005); 8.45 PM: Garage (L.Abrahamson, 2007)
Sun 18th Apr – 8.45 PM: Isolation (B. O’Brien, 2005)
Introduction by Kay McCarthy and Susanna Pellis. Venue: Rianta – Argilla Theatre (via del Barone 13 / a – Montefiascone). Free entrance.
(Info: 340 5522152)
Saturday 29th November, on the occasion of the screening of the Gaelic language film Kings (Tom Collins, 2007) Kay McCarthy will attend at Irish Film Festa. Irish born, Italian by adoption, for over twenty years now, Kay McCarthy has been bringing Irish traditional music and culture to Italy. Her repertoire ranges from traditional melodies to songs and instrumental tunes written by herself. She began performing in Rome in the seventies when the city’s mythical Folkstudio hosted her on a regular basis. In August 2000, Kay and the group were hosted by Lorient Interceltic Festival. Furthermore, Kay McCarthy is a teacher of both English and Gaelic language