Meath-Made Secret Screening

 Ireland, 2019, 77’

Guth Gafa’s Secret Screening returns after a short absence with a powerful, animated, film noir documentary from a Meath-based director. We cannot tell you its name, its country of origin, the storyline, or the name of the director. What we can tell you is that this is a film that has had a World Premiere, but has not yet had its International or Irish Premiere, and this is why it is Guth Gafa’s Secret Screening. We don’t publish the name of the film, even after we’ve shown it, and we swear our audience to secrecy, as well.

But we do have a little riddle for you:

They seek him here, they seek him there
Steve McQueen should well beware
On your Marx now, let’s get started
The sad tale of a family parted

The night will be completed with the screening of the also Meath-made short film The Vasectomy Doctor by Paul Webster. 

Please see note on parental guidance below.


Sunday 17th November, 1.30pm, Cinema 2 (Q&A)


Please book your tickets online through the’Book Your Tickets Online Now’ tab on our menu bar. Once you book your ticket online you will be required to bring the ticket that was emailed to you, for entry to the film. You can print your ticket at home, or present your ticket to be scanned on your mobile phone at the door of the venue. It is recommended that you book your tickets in advance as there is no guarantee of tickets still being available at the box office, on the festival site. In order to secure a seat for the film of your choice we recommend you book in advance. However, if you wish to book your tickets at the festival please note that the festival box office takes cash only.

Parental Guidance Note These films have been deemed appropriate by the Guth Gafa Programming Team as suitable for 12 year olds and up. However, parental discretion is always advised and we ask parents to consider the film synopsis and watch the film trailer before purchasing tickets.