The Brothers Warner | Richard Harris Film Festival

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Updated: October 4th, 2018

The Richard Harris International Film Festival in Association with Warner Sisters Inc. present

The Brothers Warner

Written & Directed by Cass Warner | Produced by Warner Sisters Inc.

plus Q&A with Cass Warner, President of Warner Sisters Inc.

Belltable | Sat, 27th Oct | 8pm | €10


Directors Statement Celebrating the art of filmmaking and storytelling with others who joy in this art form is always a pleasure!  So very much looking forward to joining in The Richard Harris Film Festival activities, and making new friends as well as cheering on those who have fallen in love with this medium as I have.

The Brothers Warner is an intimate portrait and epic saga of the four film pioneers who founded and ran Warner Bros. for over 50 years. This is the inside story of the four brothers who built an empire on a dream and revolutionized Hollywood creating the first major studio with a social conscience honourable Harry Warner; honest Abe; visionary Sam; and capricious Jack.

This close-knit band of brothers was the first to use motion pictures to “educate, entertain, and enlighten”.  Their stories were often ripped from news headlines. It was Harry’s personal belief that, “Those who make a nation’s entertainment have obligations above and beyond their primary commercial objective, which is the box office.”

It’s written, directed and in the voice of Cass Warner Sperling, Harry Warner’s granddaughter, and produced by Warner Sisters Productions.  Their epic story includes never before seen photos and footage, and unfolds through the eyes of family members and those who personally knew them, and experienced the Golden Years of Hollywood.  Some of those interviewed are:  Dennis Hooper, Debbie Reynolds, Angie Dickinson, and Samuel Goldwyn Jr.


  • Please note all ticket prices include a booking charge.
  • No exchanges or refunds.
  • Wheelchair spaces can only be booked over the phone. Please call our box office on (061) 953400 if you wish to book a wheelchair space.
  • No late comers admitted to the theatre once show commences.
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Sat 27 Oct