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32A in New York - Irish Film NY

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IRISH FILMS NEW YORK - 32A at Cantor FIlm Center, NYU, Sat 1st Oct

We're delighted to be back in New York to screen 32A. Both Director and Producer will be there and looking forward to the screening and Q&A. Lots of other great Irish films on that weekend so lots of reasons for people to come.

Saturday 1st October, 6.00PM
Cantor Film Center, NYU
36 East 8th Street
(East of University Place)

32A on the IFNY Festival Site
Purchase Tickets for 32A at IFNY
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Thirteen Redux

Good news if you’re in New York and want to catch 32A. It’s screening this Saturday, July 4th, Independence Day, on PBS, Channel 13, at 11:15PM. Just the thing after a long day at a barbeque, and you finally retreat to your sofa... If you’re going to be later than that, you can catch it at 2:35AM very early Sunday Morning :-)

There’s some nice comments via the link above from people who caught 32A on PBS last time. We enjoyed all the Twitter activity that time too, so we will tune in again for that.

Best Movies by Farr: 32A from Reel 13 on Vimeo.


Jim Farr on Thirteen gives pointers to other Irish movies he likes after his intro to 32A.

Channel 13 / WNET


There’s something about bring on Thirteen/WNET that gives us no small amount of pleasure. It was definitely the principal television channel we watched during our time in NYC. It’s one of the things we miss most about being over here. Thankfully we get to watch the ever excellent Charlie Rose online and we buy quite a few of the shows on iTunes but we still miss our Thirteen.

So it gives us a lot of pleasure to say that on Saturday 14th, PBS viewers in the city... you can watch 32A in the metropolitan area. We’re screening as part of their
Reel13 programme.

Mill Valley Film Festival


San Francisco... here we come! I get to travel over as well and finally visit a part of the world that’s always fascinated me. I’ll get to see an old College friend, John, who lives in Berkeley and Marian’s brother, Paul, will travel up from LA to meet us as well. Should be great.

Right over that there Golden Gate Bridge is Marin County and the
Mill Valley Film Festival where we’re screening no fewer than three times.

The Mill Valley people have been great to deal with and it’s kind of no surprise when you see that it originates out of the
California Film Institute. Much like our own Irish Film Institute, it does research, film curation and has a very active Education department, headed up by an Irish guy, John Morrison. Given that and the interest 32A might hold for a young audience, we’ve a screening with local film students first thing on Tuesday morning, with a Q&A with myself and Marian. We’re looking forward to it.

Then that’s followed by two screenings together with Q&As.

Tuesday 7th October, 7:15PM

Sunday 12th October, 12:45PM

Tickets can be booked at
(877) 874-MVFF or online using this ole’ link.

New York CIFF


Photo: Steve McFarland via Flickr

The New York Children's International Film Festival exists to promote 'intelligent, passionate and provocative cinema' for young people and are including 32A in their upcoming programme, which is great. We're very happy to be screening back where our first draft of the script was developed and can't wait to see some old friends again.

Their full schedule is at their website.

For those of you in NYC, screening dates and venues are as follows:

Symphony Space, Sunday Mar 2nd at 11.00AM, Directions
IFC Center, Saturday March 8th at 11:30AM. Directions

Tickets are available via TicketWeb or the NYCIFF. They sell out fast according to the folks at the festival so get your skates on...
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