Tim Robinson Connemara (2011)

  • Documentary
  • 57min

Filmmaker Pat Collins and cartographer and author Tim Robinson may be viewed as kindred souls; sharing as they do a profound, lyrical, and heartfelt connection to the Irish landscape, its mythical properties, and the innumerable stories it has to tell us. Their joint sensibilities inform Collins’ documentary portrait, inspired by Robinson’s acclaimed trilogy of books exploring the wilds of his beloved Connemara, and described by the filmmaker himself as “an intersection between writing, filmmaking, and the natural world.” It makes for a deeply immersive viewing experience, one that pinpoints Collins as a choice Irish torchbearer for the global Slow Cinema movement.

Director

Pat Collins

Producer

Pat Collins

Producer

Sharon Whooley

Language(s)

English

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