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Irish-Polish drama I Never Cry releases in Irish/UK cinemas today; Winner of Grand Prix & Cineuropa Award at Mons Int’l Film Festival
23 Jul 2021 : Nathan Griffin
I Never Cry
Following the film’s recent wins at the Mons International Film Festival where it picked up the Grand Prix Award & Cineuropa Award, Irish-Polish co-production I Never Cry will today release in Irish and UK cinemas.

“I'm so delighted that I Never Cry won the Grand Prix and the Cineuropa award at The Mons Festival. I continue to be very grateful that the film is being recognised in so many different countries and delighted that it's screening all over the world," director Piotr Domalewski told IFTN.

Irish audiences can watch the film at the Irish Film Institute and the Light House Cinema in Dublin City Centre, and in Belfast’s Movie House Yorkgate from Friday, July 23rd. It will also feature at the Polish Arts Festival in Limerick’s Belltable Arts Centre on September 18th.

I Never Cry is an Irish-Polish co-production, supported by Screen Ireland, Polish Film Institute,  Eurimages, Mazovia Warsaw Film Fund, and Warmia-Masuria Film Fund. 

Co-produced by Julie Ryan (Finding You, A Bend in the River, The Young Offenders), the film was shot and directed by Piotr Sobocinski. Production design by Katarzyna Filmmoniuka and Edyta Flezar, Costume Design by Aleksandra Staszko and Sarah Yeoman, and Hair and Makeup Design by Daria Siejak and Linda Mooney. The film is executive produced by Malgorzata Fogel and Cormac Fox.  

The film will also be available across a number of cinemas in the UK on July 23rd including London’s Curzon Bloomsbury; BFI Southbank; Arthouse, Crouch End; Watermans, Brentford; and Catford Mews, Catford.

"It's brilliant to finally be able to release the film theatrically from this weekend in the UK and Ireland,” Irish producer Julie Ryan told IFTN. “It's a great week for the film after winning the Grand Prix and Cineuropa award at The Mons International Film Festival. Piotr is a skilful director and Jan is an amazing co-producing partner.”

“The film showcases new and established actors from Poland and Ireland along with super talented crews from both countries; we all hope people get to enjoy it in a safe environment in the cinema," Ryan added.

Other later cinema dates include: Reading; Reading Biscuit Factory (30 July), Sheffield; Showroom (30 July), Edinburgh; Filmhouse (6 August), Aberdeen; Belmont Filmhouse (6 August), Glasgow; Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) (2-5 August), Hebden Bridge; Hebden Bridge Picture House (22 August), Saffron Walden; Saffron Screen (22 August), Fort William; Highland Cinema (23 August), Northampton; Northampton Filmhouse (20 & 23 August), Melton Mowbray; Regal Melton Mowbray (24-26 August), Wareham; Rex Cinema (Purbeck Film Festival) (28 October), Manchester; Home; (23 July), and Lewes; Depot (23 July)

The film revolves around 17-year-old Ola, who goes to Ireland to bring back the body of her recently deceased father who was working in Ireland to support his family in Poland.  Ola also has another objective in mind – she plans to retrieve the money that her dad had promised her so that she could buy a car. While dealing with the foreign bureaucracy, the young woman comes to realise that she is, in fact, more interested in getting to know who her father really was than anything else.

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