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IFTA Viewing Season & Round One Voting Kick Off Next Week
29 Nov 2012 : By Eva Hall
The IFTA Awards celebrate 10 years in 2013
The Irish Film & Television Academy’s (IFTA) Viewing Season kicks off on Monday December 3 with a screening of Gerard Barrett’s ‘Pilgrim Hill’.

The film follows the lonely journey of a bachelor farmer living in rural Ireland while he looks after his ailing father.

The film, which is open to IFTA Members, will screen at the Light House Cinema on Monday at 9pm.

Next up for the IFTA Viewing Season is Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn’s Terri Hooley biopic ‘Good Vibrations’.

This feature is based on the life of Belfast man Hooley, who set up a record store and label in Northern Ireland at the height of the Troubles in the 70s. It will screen on Tuesday December 4 at the Light House at 6pm.

IFTA Members will also have the opportunity to see Jon Wright’s monster comedy ‘Grabbers’, which will screen on Thursday December 6 at the Light House at 6.30pm.

‘Grabbers’ sees local police men and women attempt to rescue their village from squid-like creatures who have invaded it.

IFTA has also announced that round one voting for the IFTA Awards 2013 opens on Thursday December 6 until Thursday January 3. IFTA Members who have not yet registered to vote are urged to do so immediately. See www.ifta.ie for more details.



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