Town of Strangers (2021)

  • Documentary
  • 1h 22m

After watching the film, scroll down to watch a pre-recorded panel discussion.

There are only two stories: a person goes on a journey or a stranger comes to town.

A stranger arrives to a rural village and calls for auditions asking people to tell her ‘dreams, lies, memories and gossip’.

Together, they go on a cinematic journey to explore their waking and dreaming lives. Featuring a cast of migrant workers, hippies, Travellers, blow-ins and newly arrived refugees, we are ushered into the private worlds of people living between two cultures, sharing their desires of longing and belonging.

Director

Treasa O’Brien

Screenwriter

Treasa O’Brien

Language

English

Country

Ireland

Bonus Content

Town of Strangers Panel Discussion
45m

Pre-recorded panel discussion, moderated by IFI Head of Irish Film Programming Sunniva O’Flynn, hosted by Irish Times journalist Sorcha Pollak, featuring director Treasa O’Brien; public policy and political activist Bulelani Mfaco; and Member of President Michael D Higgins Council of State, Dr Sindy Joyce.

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