Competition: 12 Days of Irish Film Christmas – Day 9

On the Ninth day of Irish Film Christmas Scannain sent to me… Thaddeus O’Sullivan: The Early Films, Claire Dix’ Broken Song, Ken Loach’s Jimmy’s Hall ,comedy The StagOne Million DublinersThe Guarantee, Mark O’Connor’s Stalker, The Irish Pub, and Ciaran Hinds in The Sea.

The two-disc, digitally remastered DVD features five films that O’Sullivan made between 1974 and 1985 including the BAFTA nominated The Woman Who Married Clark Gable (1985) and a rarely shown film on Jack B. Yeats (1981), as well as authoritative versions of his RCA and BFI work from the 1970s.

These early films launched a career which later included features December Bride, Ordinary Decent Criminal and Stella Days and television work that includes Amber and the Emmy Award-winning Into the Storm/Churchill at War. Working regularly in Ireland and England he occupies a tantalising position between his native and adopted cultures, existing as he once termed it, “in the crack between British and Irish cultures.”

To win a copy simply answer the question below.

************* Competition Closed – Congratulations to Evelyn Powell Corry *************