Maureen O’Hara Film Festival 2010

In June 2010 Maureen O'Harainternational fans and film buffs from all over the world descended on Maureen O’Hara’s beautiful home village of Glengarriff, where she currently resides, for a week long film festival featuring some of her all time movie classics. The 2nd annual festival was a resounding success which Maureen attended on both the opening and closing nights and on other occasions during the festival and proved once again to be the star attraction for the many people attending the event. Amongst the movies screened wereBig Jake, McLintock, Rio Grande, Against All Flags, The Spanish Main, The Black Swan, The Parent Trap, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, How Green Was My Valley, Ten Gentlemen From Westpoint, The Foxes of Harrow, The Spainish Main, Wings of Eagles,   The Long Grey Line,  Against All Flags and Spencers Mountain.

The centrepiece of the schedule was without doubt  The Quiet Man which attracted a large and enthusiastic crowd with whom Maureen had a lively discussion relating to both the movie and her life and times in general.  This event was filmed by a documentary film crew attending the event and footage taken will feature in a documentary to be released later in 2010 called Imagining The Quiet Man

4 Comments Posted

  1. Wonderful news for Glengarriff,looking forward to attending, keep me posted.kIND Regards Beatrice.

    Comment by Beatrice Falvey — May 29, 2010 @ 2:41 pm

  2. I am SO enjoying Glengarriff’S website,how fantastic for those of us living away/abroad to read up about what is going on ‘back home’ and at least feel as if we are somehow present,at least there in spirit.Quite useful too for planning what to do when I visit with my family in August.Thanks to those involved for the informative updates.Caroline Partridge

    Comment by Caroline Partridge — June 29, 2010 @ 10:59 pm

  3. Can you please tell me when we will be getting feedback,comments and articles, on the 2011 Maureen Ohara “queen of ireland” Film festival,which I was lucky to attend,and would greatly appreciate,some movement on this matter,
    kinD regards,

    Howard Day.

    Comment by Howard Day — October 27, 2011 @ 2:13 pm

  4. Due to circumstances outside the control of the Maureen O’Hara Foundation, a decision has been made by the board to cancel the Maureen O’Hara Classic Film Festival for 2012. Thank you for all of your kind help and assistance. We hope to be in a position to reorganise again next year when all external issues have been resolved.

    Comment by The Maureen O'Hara Foundation — June 7, 2012 @ 7:59 am

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