Ballymena-born Liam Neeson narrated a new documentary entitled “Ireland” which will be released in selected IMAX cinemas and giant screens across the US in February 2022.
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The film, produced by MacGillivray Freeman Films and funded by Tourism Ireland, will travel audiences across Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland, following author Manchán Magan and others on an action-packed trip from Dublin. in Belfast and from Kilkenny. to Cong.
Viewers will get fascinating shots from places like Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, Cliffs of Moher and Skellig Islands.
The Hollywood actor said that he is “happy” to be in the film.
“There is a movement in Ireland to reconnect with our heritage, to rediscover what it means to be Irish and I am happy to help bring joy and diversity to all that Ireland has to offer, both old and new. “of the new, IMAX and the giant screen audience around the world,” he said.
“As viewers experience the great beauty and humanity of Ireland on the world’s largest screens, they will fall in love again from the beginning.”
Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism in Ireland, said the film hopes to “resume travel” from the US to Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
“With the international release of the film coming out next February, it comes at an ideal time for us as we resume our travels to Northern Ireland and the island of Ireland,” he said.
“It will play an important role in the recovery of tourism from the United States.
“The film will be seen by millions of viewers in IMAX cinemas and giant screens, bringing to the fore our rich history, culture and heritage and our impressive landscapes.”
Director Greg MacGillivray said: “Ireland has long captured the imagination of the world with its rich history and picturesque landscapes, and with this film we hope to share with the public all the wonder and cultural diversity of its island. Ireland so unique and special.
“Our story connects Ireland’s ancient past with its vibrant future and I hope the film sparks a new appreciation for the enormous, natural beauty and fascinating, cultural traditions of this magical place.”
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