Charlie Gorman's Wake: North American Premiere in Hollywood
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North American Premiere of Charlie Gorman's Wake
The North American premiere of the award-winning film Charlie Gorman's Wake will take place on March 1st, 2023 at Mann's Chinese Theatre, 6925 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA as part of the Golden State Film Festival. Charlie Gorman's Wake is a poignant film about the death of a man in a small Irish village and the emotional journey of his friends and family to celebrate his life. The film was written and directed by Paul Pender and co-directed by Katie Santacroce and stars Irish actors Brian Beirne, Aaron McNicholl and Peter Lynch. Cinematography by Simon O'Reilly, produced by Adrian Nieves, Regional Productions and Paul Pender.
The film has already had a successful run on the international festival circuit, including appearances at the Brighton Rocks Film Festival, the Crown Point International Film Festival, the 13th Underground Cinema Film Awards, the Indie Movies Spark Film Festival, the Latitude Film Awards, Hastings Rocks International Film Festival, the New York Independent Cinema Awards and now its North American Premiere at the Golden State Film Festival. It has won numerous awards, including Winner, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor at the Crown Point International Film Festival, Best Feature Film at the India Movies Spark Film Festival and Bronze Award Winner at the Latitude Film Awards. The Golden State Film Festival is the perfect venue for the North American premiere of Charlie Gorman's Wake. The festival is renowned for its commitment to showcasing the best in independent film and has become a major platform for emerging filmmakers.
Charlie Gorman's Wake is an award-winning film written and directed by Paul Pender. It tells the story of friendship in a small Irish village and the lengths people go to hide their secrets. The film was met with critical acclaim, winning several awards at film festivals internationally. Charlie Gorman's Wake has become a cult classic, with fans all over the world. The film is an inspiring story of friendship, family, and loss, and its success shows that it truly does take a village.