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@BlogRArmitage It's Spiderman that premiers in July. They think Pilgrimage will premier before it does.
— Dele Haynes (@DeleHaynes) October 3, 2016
These will be joined by more Irish films that will be attempting to make international distribution deals, including: Jerzy Skolimowski’s thriller 11 Minutes, Brendan J. Byrne’s documentary Sheffield-bound Bobby Sands: 66 Days, Gerard Barrett’s drama Brain On Fire, David Keating’s horror Cherry Tree, Liam Gavin’s horror A Dark Song, Fiona Tan’s dystopian History’s Future, Martin Stalker’s docu-drama Hostage to the Devil, Eric Poppe’s war-time drama The King’s Choice, Nils Gaup’s Norwegian co-production The Last King, Aisling Walsh’s Canadian co-produced drama Maudie, Stephen Burke’s prison-thriller Maze, Ken Wardrop’s IFTA award-winning documentary Mom and Me, Simon Fitzmaurice’s beautiful road-trip drama My Name is Emily, Brendan Muldowney’s epic Pilgrimage, Dennis Bartok’s horror POV, Jim Sheridan’s historical drama The Secret Scripture, John Carney’s wondrous musical-drama Sing Street, Alan Gilsenan’s Canadian co-produced drama Unless, Paddy Breathnach’s breath-taking Spanish-language drama Viva,and Lorcan Finnegan’s feature debut Without Name.
Brendan Muldowney directs this film set in Ireland in 1209AD, following monks who are transporting a mythical relic to Rome. A co-production between Ireland and Belgium, it’s due out in early 2016.