iGirl

What if neanderthals had survived instead of homo sapiens? A woman questions evolution from a female point of view and in parallel questions her own life, her successes and failures, with a dry humour, a stoic sense of disappointment and curiosity to explore how things might have been different. Her contemplations channel a range of historical characters including Joan of Arc, Antigone and the Neanderthal. iGirl is a film by Trish McAdam, based on the poem by Marina Carr, with an extraordinary cast including Eileen Walsh, Cathy Belton and Brian Gleeson. iGirl has been described as upending feminism and is an intimate exploration of our search for meaning in history, myth and the stories human beings have told themselves since the beginning of time. Trish McAdam adds layers of visual intrigue including drawings, paintings and animated art to create a mesmeric film. This is the premiere of a co-production by Niche Films with Clonmel Junction Arts Festival.

Supported by Arts Council Film Project award.

Our Box Office is located at: 3 Parnell Street, Clonmel, Co Tipperary

Call Box Office: 087 3823000

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iGirl

iGirl is a film by Trish McAdam, based on the poem by Marina Carr, with an extraordinary cast including Eileen Walsh, Cathy Belton and Brian Gleeson.

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What if neanderthals had survived instead of homo sapiens? A woman questions evolution from a female point of view and in parallel questions her own life, her successes and failures, with a dry humour, a stoic sense of disappointment and curiosity to explore how things might have been different. Her contemplations channel a range of historical characters including Joan of Arc, Antigone and the Neanderthal. iGirl is a film by Trish McAdam, based on the poem by Marina Carr, with an extraordinary cast including Eileen Walsh, Cathy Belton and Brian Gleeson. iGirl has been described as upending feminism and is an intimate exploration of our search for meaning in history, myth and the stories human beings have told themselves since the beginning of time. Trish McAdam adds layers of visual intrigue including drawings, paintings and animated art to create a mesmeric film. This is the premiere of a co-production by Niche Films with Clonmel Junction Arts Festival.

Supported by Arts Council Film Project award.

Our Box Office is located at: 3 Parnell Street, Clonmel, Co Tipperary

Call Box Office: 087 3823000

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