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Adaptation Festival offers a Roddy Doyle retrospective on Screen

The IFI and Cinema North West presents a major retrospective of the author’s film works taking place in Dromahaire, Co. Leitrim from 12th- 14th September
The 4th Adaptation Festival focuses on Roddy Doyle, one of Ireland’s most successful and celebrated writers. He is admired for his imaginative and authentic portraits of contemporary Irish life and the rare talent of being able to write novels, drama and screenwriting. Adaptation will include a broad range of Doyle’s film works and will also include a rare public interview to be broadcast on RTE’s The Arts Show.
The festival programme includes works that have been adapted from short story to film (The Commitments, The Snapper and The Van) and those works Doyle has written directly for screen (Family, Hell for Leather, When Brendan Met Trudy). The festival will provide a chance to revisit some of these well-loved classics of Irish film and television, as well as providing an opportunity to draw the various strands of Doyle’s film work together and reflect with him on the process by which he creates such passionate, hilarious and enduring Irish film.
Sunniva O’Flynn, IFI Curator, announcing the programme said it provides a ‘compelling picture of the evolution of Irish society from the largely homogenous pre-celtic tiger Dublin of The Commitments (1991) to the multicultural post-boom Ireland of New Boy (2007).’
Adapatation is a unique collaboration between Cinema North West and the IFI, celebrating Irish literature and film that has previously focused on William Trevor, Edna O’Brien, and the late John McGahern. Tom Weir from the Board of Cinema North West said ‘Adaptation sits as one of the key events of our year. In its simple documentation of a body of work, there is a wonderful chance to engage with and deepen our understanding of a particular writers talents – bringing to audiences the kind of experience usually only available in major cities.’

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