Sunday, 7 April 2013

Paul Brannigan: 'The Angels' Share' screenings

Indie Films Fernie wraps up season with The Angels’ Share
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Indie Films Fernie (IFF) is wrapping another season of unique and independent movies with The Angels’ Share. The Scottish comedy-drama tells the story of a young Glaswegian father determined to turn over a new leaf.
IFF is proud to present the award-winning, bittersweet comedy as the final movie of the season. The Angels’ Share will play Monday, 7 p.m., at the Vogue Theatre.
IFF will return for a new season of independent film in September.
Tickets: Members – Adult $9, Youth $8, Standard – Adult, $10, Youth $9.
Read more at The Free Press


From This Is Somerset:
Film showcases tale of new dad
The Langport Community Cinema is showcasing the story of a man who tries to better himself after narrowly escaping jail.
The Angel's Share tells the tale of new dad Robbie, played by Paul Brannigan.
He vows to turn over a new leaf after a visit to a whisky distillery inspires him and his mates to seek a way out of their hopeless lives.
The cinema club is showing the film at the Great Bow Wharf, Bow Street, on Friday, April 26, at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £5. For further details visit www.langport communitycinema.co.uk.

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