See the latest movie from Intermission director John Crowley first and free
We have tickets to a very special screening of IS ANYBODY THERE? next Monday (April 27th) at 6.30pm in Dublin’s city centre. Director John Crowley will take part in a Q+A session hosted by Dublin Film Festival Director Grainne Humphries after the film. John’s previous work includes the highly acclaimed movie ‘Intermission’.
MOVIE SYNOPSIS Edward (Bill Milner – Son of Rambow) isn’t your average 12 year old. Obsessed with ghosts and the afterlife, his parents (Anne-Marie Duff – Shameless – and David Morrisey – Red Riding) are concerned that life might be passing him by. But when Clarence (Academy Award-winner Michael Caine – The Dark Knight), a retired magician, comes to stay with the family, Edward’s world is disrupted and he is forced to interact with the the grumpy old man who’s taken over his bedroom. As the weeks progress, their antagonism turns to friendship and Clarence convinces Edward to engage with the world of the living and the young boy helps Clarence confront the ghosts of his past.
From the producer of Little Miss Sunshine and the Harry Potter movies and the director of Channel 4’s acclaimed Boy A, Is Anybody There? is the surprising and touching story about two unexpected friends who inspire each other to live life to the fullest.
IS ANYBODY THERE? opens in Irish cinemas on May 1st 2009