We can finally confirm our new dates: November 14th to November 17th. This is a first for us – a winter Guth Gafa with warm cosy cinema venues, hot mulled wine, pre-Christmas cheer, amazing films and great post-screening discussions. What’s not to like?
Our programme is being wrapped up and invitations have been sent out to directors around the world. We should be ready to present the program in the next few weeks!
The move this year from Headfort School to Kells Town reflects our process of continual renewal as a world-class festival. This shift is meant to integrate Guth Gafa with the special intimate scale of Kells, rather than being a destination venue. This will allow punters to dip in and out of the program as their weekend schedule permits.
Using the town as a context will in a sense be a precursor to the year-round presence Guth Gafa has secured with the ‘town elders’ as the first step to reinvigorating culture in an outreach to rural Ireland.
It is because of your loyal support that we’ve carried on the fight for a cultural web to cover distant corners of Ireland as our history in Gortahork and far flung Malin will attest.
Details on the program will follow shortly
David and Neasa
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A huge thank you to all of our supporters, and especially to Guth Gafa’s principal funders, Meath County Council, The Arts Council of Ireland, the Broadcast Authority of Ireland, Screen Ireland, Creative Ireland and Soilsiú Films.
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