to the moon

To The Moon - Nov 7th - Roscommon Arts Centre - €10 - 3PM

This is a cinematic ode to the moon, made in large part from archival sources combined with literary fragments and bound together by a haunting original score. The film steps lightly through the ideas that people through the ages have drawn from the moon — dreams of escape, myths of heaven, songs of longing and loss, odes of yearning, stories of lost futures — taking the viewer on a constantly surprising night-walk through the night sky.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Producer Clare Stronge.

Festival-goers must show their EU COVID Certificate and photo ID if they wish to enter the venue.

Bus - Leaves Skelly's Ballymahon at 2 pm - Return Bus collection from Roscommon Arts Centre at 5 pm Book your place by emailing

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  • Directed by:Tadhg O’Sullivan
  • Produced by:Clare Stronge, Tadhg O’Sullivan
  • Country:Ireland
  • Date:November 7th
  • Time:3pm Doors: 2:30pm
  • Runtime:80mins
  • Venue:Roscommon Arts Centre
  • Admission:€10

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