THE WANDERING

By Liza BOLTON

ROOM12 PRODUCTIONS LTD - as PROD

Fantasy - Completed 2016

Man never learns

    • Year of production
    • 2016
    • Genres
    • Fantasy, Science-fiction, Epic
    • Countries
    • UNITED KINGDOM, IRELAND
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Budget
    • N/A
    • Duration
    • 80 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Liza BOLTON
    • Writer(s)
    • Martin KEAVENEY
    • Producer(s)
    • Chris BOLTON (Room 12)
    • Synopsis
    • Bound by familial duty, Cathal and his brothers Cet and Cormac, accompany their exiled father into the bleak and strange wilderness in search of redemption and a new beginning in a world where all hope is lost and man never learns.

      THE WANDERING
      A first feature film by a very unique filmmaker.

      The Wandering is an independent feature film set in the west of Ireland. Liza Bolton Directs and co-writes with Mayo based writer Martin Keaveney.

      'Beckett meets Mad Max' in a most original story telling from a fresh new voice in film making. A metaphysical world, a philosophy, a journey.

      This is a film that invites you to immerse yourself in the imagery and the journey. It is brooding, ominous and mythical. The landscape features in its epic scale and use here and the figures in the landscape remind us of how fleeting, how fragile our time is.

      200 years after the Great Fail and the world has become unknown again. Exiled from their homeland because of their Father’s foolish choices, brothers Cathal and Cet search in the wilderness for the mythical Meave who they believe can help them regain their lost territory and make their mark on the world. This is a world where nihil fit ex nihilo - nothing comes from nothing. Everything is at stake.

      Emerging Irish actors Philip Coffey and David Nolan put in powerful performances as the brothers Cathal and Cet.


      Director : Liza Bolton
      Producer : Afro Parise, Chris Bolton
      Date of Production : 2016
      Genre: Myth, Fantasy, Sci-fi
      Running Time : 80 mins
      Language: English
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