Wednesday, May 6, 2009

"Wide Open Spaces" World Premiere Edinburgh

Wide Open Spaces to have World Premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival


WIDE OPEN SPACES, directed by Tom Hall and starring Ardal O'Hanlon (Father Ted) is having its world premiere at the 63rd Edinburgh International Film Festival which will take place from June 17 - 28.

Written by Arthur Matthews (Father Ted), it has been officially selected to screen in the Rosebud Discovery section of the festival which features "first and second works from the directors to watch".

Ewen Bremner (Fool's Gold) and Owen Roe (Alarm) also star in this belated coming of age comedy with a unique take on male friendship and how sometimes it is easier to break up with a girl than with your best straight male friend.

Wide Open Spaces is produced by Irish company Grand Pictures (The Race) and Scottish company Mead Kerr (Night People) with funding from Bord Scannán na hEireann / the Irish Film Board, Scottish Screen, RTÉ and BBC Scotland.

The Edinburgh International Film Festival will take place June 17th - 28th.

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