‘Patricks Day’ nabs three awards at 2014 Woodstock Film Festival November 11, 2014

Terry McMahon’s gripping feature, ‘Patrick’s Day’, deservedly took home three awards at this years Woodstock Film Festival.

Nabbing prizes for Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Narrative Feature, these are just the latest in the slew of accolades being flung at film since it’s première at the prestigious SXSW Film Festival back in March, with the film taking home the ‘Best Irish Feature Film’ at this years Galway Film Fleadh, as well as pocketing the coveted Screen Directors Guild ‘Finders Series’ Award at the end of the Summer.

Written and Directed by McMahon, Patricks Day explores the intimate relationship between a mentally ill young man and an older, suicidal air-hostess. But when his obsessive mother enlists a dysfunctional cop to break them up, things get complicated…

Starring Silver Bear Winner, Kerry Fox (Shallow Grave) and Screen Actors Guild nominee, Philip Jackson (Little Voice), the film underwent full Picture and Sound post here at Screen Scene where it was edited by Emer Reynolds (Broken Tail, I Went Down, Shameless).

Produced by Tim Palmer, (Into the West), and Rachel Lysaght, (The Pipe), World Cinematography Award winner and all around swell guy, Michael Lavelle, was the films DOP.