GOOD VIBRATIONS Q&A with Terri Hooley at the IFI

Terri Hooley to take part in Q&A after the 20.40 screening of GOOD VIBRATIONS at the IFI on Saturday April 13th

The IFI is delighted to welcome Terri Hooley for a Q&A with’s Paul Byrne following the 20.40 screening on Saturday, April 13th as part of Spotlight: New Irish Film at the IFI.
Good Vibrations tells the true story of Terri Hooley (Richard Dormer), a Belfast record shop owner whose refusal to back down or be intimidated, led to him having a lasting impact on the city’s music scene.
On the surface, it seems that Good Vibrations is the story of music and bringing it to the people, which it is, but the film is also an examination of a person who refused to take sides in a tumultuous period of Northern Ireland’s history, while almost single-handedly bringing the world Teenage Kicks by The Undertones.

GOOD VIBRATIONS is directed by Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn, and is in Irish cinemas now.

To book tickets to this screening of GOOD VIBRATIONS on Saturday April 13th, followed by a Q&A with Terri Hooley and’s Paul Byrne, see the IFI website