‘Strange Occurrences in a small Irish Village’ now available to rent or buy January 13, 2017

Feature documentary ‘Strange Occurrences in a Small Irish village’ is now available to rent or buy!

Directed by Aoife Kelleher and produced by Rachel Lysaght & Lindsay Campbell for Underground films, the official trailer for the film can be seen below:

In rural Mayo , in 1879, a time of poverty, starvation and brutal land war, fifteen residents of the tiny townland of Knock roused the Parish Priest to tell him that they had seen the most extraordinary sight – a vision of Mary, St. Joseph, St. John, a host of angels and the Lamb of God – by the wall of the local church.

Their story spread far and wide and pilgrims from all over the world came to pay homage at the site of the Knock apparition.

Today, more than 135 years later, the small Irish village continues to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year and the descendants of those first fifteen witnesses continue to tell of the strange occurrences that took place all those years ago.

But as the visitors – and the descendants – grow older and the country moves away from its staunchly Catholic past, does Knock still hold a place in Irish culture and identity?”

Edited by Adelina Bichis here at Screen Scene, where Warren Dowling onlined and Donal O’Kane graded; Niall Brady was the Sound Editor on the film and Ken Galvin provided the Sound Mix. Aishling Vesey Supervised Post production.

‘Strange Occurrences in a small Irish village’ went on nationwide DVD release on November 14th. It can be purchased in at Golden Discs, Irish Film Institute (IFI), Tower Records, Supervalu,Veritas, Knock Shrine or downloaded on-line at classical.ie and undergroundfilms.ie