Anthem Of A Teenage Prophet | Richard Harris Film Festival
The Richard Harris International Film Festival presents
Anthem of a Teenage Prophet
Directed by Robin Hays
Written by Joanne Proulx, Joshua Close Elisha Matic & Andy Matic
Produced by Tina Pehme & Kim Roberts
Belltable | Fri, 26th Oct | 5pm | €8
A small town-teen predicts his friend’s death with startling accuracy and is labelled the “Prophet of Death.” One thing he didn’t see coming? Falling in love – with his best friend’s girl.
Luke Hunter, teenage life in a boring American town is complicated enough. But when he predicts a tragic accident leading to the death of his friend, Stan, his world is turned upside down.
As Luke has more death premonitions including his childhood buddy Fang he struggles to understand whether he can alter the future he sees.
Directors Statement (excerpt) “…There is a line in the script that really resonated with me – yes we all die – but first we get to live. That’s big, that’s beautiful, that’s not to be missed. I knew that this was a story that should be told. ….. people who are going through a difficult time could be reminded, through this film, that life is beautiful. That after even after the worst storms the sun will shine again.”
Preceded by Short Film: Pen Pals
Written and Directed by Ray Fennelly | Starring Chelsea Debo & Shane Whisker
Lilly likes to write letters to convicts. That’s how she meets Sean, a prisoner serving time in Ireland. After ﬁnding they have a connection, Lilly decided to travel from the US to meet Sean, on the day he’s released from prison. The two hit the road in a crime ridden romance, that may not end so well!
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|Fri 26 Oct|