Movies & TV | 1 month ago
Brilliant news for the new Irish documentary that everyone is absolutely raving about
Well-deserved.

The Farthest set for UK release on 1 September.

Emer Reynolds’ award-winning and critically acclaimed documentary The Farthest which tells the story of NASA’s iconic Voyager mission and its Golden Record will open in UK cinemas on 1 September.

The film, which has become the biggest grossing documentary at the Irish Box Office so far this year continues to play in the Irish Film Institute, Light House Cinema, IMC Dun Laoghaire and The Gate Cork this weekend 12 and 13 August.

It is also set to open in the Odeon Waterford on August 16th, the Triskel in Cork on August 27th and the Belltable in Limerick on August 28th.

Queens Film Theatre in Belfast and Picture House Central in London will host special preview screenings of the film on August 26th and August 31st respectively, ahead of the September 1st release, which will include a post screening Q&A with the director Emer Reynolds.

Tickets can be purchased now at the Queens Film Theatre and the Picture House Central websites.

You can see JOE's #trailerchest for The Farthest here.

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