Aisling Walsh

Aisling Walsh is a multi-award winning Irish writer/director, whose second feature, ‘Song for a Raggy Boy’ (2003) became a seminal piece of work in Irish cinema. Walsh's fourth feature, ‘Maudie’ (2016), earned her accolades such as IFTA's Best Director, as well as numerous other awards. Most recently her television drama ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ (2019), starred Glenda Jackson as Maud, an elderly woman living with dementia who struggles to piece together a double mystery. Her television credits include BAFTA TV Award-nominated 'Fingersmith', 'Forgive and Forget', 'Roughnecks' and the multi award winning BBC One film 'Sinners', as well as 'Wallander'. Aisling will be taking part in several events at the festial.

Wednesday 25th
Song for a Raggy Boy
Palace Cinema | 19.30 – 21.30 | €5
Written and Directed by Aisling Walsh | 93mins | 2003

Thursday 26th May
Maudie Plaza Cinema | 18.30 – 20.00 | €5
Directed by Aisling Walsh | 2016 | 115mins

Friday 27th May
Film Directing Seminar with Lenny Abrahamson, Aisling Walsh and Stephen Warbeck moderated by John Kelleher
The Palace Cinema | 12.00 – 13.00 | €5

Friday 27th May
Aisling Walsh in Conversation with  John Kelleher
Palace Cinema| 19.00 – 20.00 | €5

Friday 25th May
Elizabeth is Missing
Palace Cinema |  20.15 – 22.00 |€5