’11 minutes’ to screen at at 60th Cork Film Festival November 3, 2015

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 Irish/Polish co-production ’11 Minutes’ is set to screen at the  60th Cork Film Festival, which kicks off this weekend.

Taking place from the 6th to 15th November across four venues, ’11 Minutes’  will play alongside a terrific lineup of Irish and international films screening at this years event.

Directed by Jerzy Skolimowski, produced by Ewa Piaskowska of Skopia Film and co-produced by Andrew Lowe and Ed Guiney of Element Pictures with backing by the Irish Film Board, the multi threaded drama revolves around the lives and loves of a diverse group of people during the course of the same 11 minute chain of events.

’11 Minutes’ stars Northern Irish actor Richard Dormer, Agata Buzek, Beata Tyszkiewicz and Mateusz Kościukiewicz, and filmed for five days in Dublin last September before moving on to Poland.

The film premiered in competition at the 72nd Venice Film Festival earlier this month and is due for release in Poland later this year, where it has already been picked as the nations entry for next years Foreign Language Oscar.

Check out the trailer below:

Full details of this years Cork Film Festival can be found over at corkfilmfest.org.