Haunted screens at haunted scenes: Narrow Water Castle to screen The Ash Tree

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Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
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Local people are preparing for an unprecedented gothic assault on the senses after it was announced that a series of site-specific screenings in some of Northern Ireland’s most eerie and unsettling locations will also visit Warrenpoint. The programme will run from 19th November–14th December and audience members are invited to celebrate film and television’s ability to reveal our darkest desires and conjure the creatures of the night into being. Speaking to Newry Times, Programmer, Stephen Hackett said, “This programme offers audiences the opportunity to watch classic horror films in locations which mirror the setting in the movies; haunted castles, unsettling stately manors and houses in the woods. “We know that the films and the locations chosen will stir your gothic imagination.” Speaking about the local screening, Stephen added, “In the dead of winter, we team up with the Dungannon Film Club to revive this tradition for a special Christmas double bill of Whistle and i’ll come to you (1968) and The Ash Tree (1975) at Narrow Water Castle. (Saturday 14th December, 7PM, £7). Capacity at each venue is very limited and audience members are advised to book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are available online www.belfastfilmfestival.org by phone or in person at the Belfast Welcome Centre 028 9024 6609.
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