‘Property of the State’ screening at Galway Film Fleadh
It truly excites us to see so many of our films being selected for various film festivals around the world, the latest being ‘Property of the State’ which will be included in this year’s Galway Film Fleadh from the 5th to the 10th July.
Based on true events that shocked Ireland in the 1990’s, ‘Property of the State’ tells the story of a disturbed young man by the name of Brendan O’Donnell as seen through the eyes of his sister Ann Marie. Piece by piece she threads together the events that ultimately lead to the harrowing murders of a young mother, her child and a local priest in the forest of East Clare, Ireland.
Ann Marie lived through it all. As the loving sister of a loving brother, she became the sister of a murderer and the sister of a man described as the most evil man in Ireland. She had not committed a crime, yet many saw her guilty by association.
This year’s Galway Film Fleadh will take place between July 5-10.
The world premiere screening for ‘Property of the State’ will take place July 6th at 8pm in the Town Hall Theatre.
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