SCREENING SOON AT:
SET THEATRE, JOHN ST., KILKENNY, AUG 8, 2011 @ 7PM
(BOOKINGS AT tinyurl.com/3sa2yzn)
Living Colour is an 83-minute observational documentary film exploring the world of an extraordinary artists' collective in Callan, Co. Kilkenny, which focuses on the artists' abilities instead of their special needs. It is an often hilarious, intimate portrayal of charming and vibrant characters and as it takes us farther into their unique world, it throws up questions about the deeply human need to make art. Living Colour is, in itself, a celebration of what it is to be human.
Here's what some other people had to say after the Dublin Film Festival screening in February 2011:
“Living Colour is a wonderful documentary … its moments of humour, insight and joy come together to define this uplifting and enlightening piece of cinema and its extraordinary tale of people communicating through art.” FILM IRELAND (for full review see filmireland.net/2011/02/22/ jdiff-living-colour/)
“... the opening scene led us into a world rarely expressed so truthfully on screen..” Megan Special, Connector.TV (for full review see connector.tv/blog/2011/02/22/ jdiff-film-review-living-colour/)
"…something special has been achieved with Living Colour, by its formal assuredness and sophistication and its profound understanding of the significance of its characters’ lives, which for me places it with
‘Être et Avoir’ and ‘Tishe’ and those very, very few documentaries which really warrant watching in the dark with a couple of hundred other humans. "
David McKenna, Executive Producer Cross-media, RTÉ
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