Middletown at Cardiff Film Festival

Thanks to perfectlymatte of MM Online for this find. Middletown will be shown at the Cardiff Film Festival on 13Middletown November 2006 at Cineworld 15.

You can book the event online using the link below.

Cardiff Film Festival

There is an audience award on the website where you can vote for a favourite film by text or online ...get your votes in!!

Middletown: Eva Birthistle Interview

Sunday Times

October 29, 2006

Interview: Dye another day

Eva Birthistle's steely determination has taken her from Glenroe to her role in the ‘intense' film Middletown. But she doesn't always want to be serious, discovers Paul Byrne


It was the kind of part that most young actresses would jump at, a regular role in Ireland's longest-running drama. Yet scarcely had Eva Birthistle, then barely in her twenties, made her screen debut in Glenroe than she began to feel restless.

IMFD Brazilian DVD

Thanks to Mrs Q of the Pemberworth forum, we have an image of the cover of In My Father's Den in Brazil. Personally, I much prefer this one for obvious reasons. IMFD Brazilian DVD

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Hello, I'm Matthew....um, I'mmmmm 6 foot 3, early 30's.
People tell me that I'm smooth, (laughs), sophisticated, suave, uh, debonair, dashing.
But I think I'm just a normal bloke.
I mean, I play polo like most people.
I weekend in St. Tropez, but no more so than anybody else.

Belfast Telegraph: Middletown

Daragh Carville: The priest, his brother and a big screen debut


Could Middletown be the first film to come out of Northern Ireland that's not about the Troubles? Lucy Gollogly spoke to its writer, Daragh Carville, about broadening our horizons - and landing hot property Matthew Macfadyen
27 October 2006

Northern Ireland's history of political conflict has provided a wealth of material for filmmakers and featured in some great movies, such as Some Mother's Son, In the Name of the Father and The Crying Game.

But while Co Armagh writer Daragh Carville, whose debut feature film Middletown is gaining praise at film festivals worldwide, wanted to explore what happens when extreme ideologies explode into violence, he was determined not to churn out yet another Troubles movie.

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