‘Talking to my Father’ was screened at the Irish Cultural Centre as part of a mini festival of the films made by Ireland’s acclaimed documentary Film Director Sé Merry Doyle. After the screening there was a wonderful Q&A with Sé and Suzi Feay ‘President of the Critics Circle’ UK’, Here is a chance to watch it. If you would like to buy a copy of the film go to https://loopline.com/shop/
See an extract from ‘Talking to My Father’
“Here is a beautiful documentary by Sé Merry Doyle that offers an efficient consideration of Irish modernism”. – Donald Clarke Irish Times
” Talking to my Father beautifully brings together both the human story and the architecture story of modernism in Ireland” Kyle Bergman ADFF New York
‘Whatever your opinion of modern architecture, Sé Merry Doyle’s film is a well-shot slice of family and architectural history.’ – Dublin InQuirer
‘This documentary is a love letter from son to father, and makes you see buildings around Ireland in a different way, for us as the end user only see how we fit into a building.’ – Comic Buzz
View Sé Merry Doyle blog on the making of ‘Talking to my Father’ here.