Song of the Sea

Song of the Sea

Sunday, 13 December 2015: Song of the Sea

Sunday, 13 December 2015, 15:00

Venue: (see Locations and Tickets for further details)

Programme category: Children's and Family Films

Director: Tomm Moore, UK 2015, 93 mins, PG

"A spellbinding tale bursting with magic, humour and heart" Total Film

Inspired by the Irish legend of the Selkies, this enchanting film follows Saoirse, the last seal-child and her brother Ben on their epic journey to find their way home and prevent the world of magic from disappearing forever… Highly critically acclaimed and winner of various international awards. Don’t miss it!

"The day you choose to see this film is one you won't forget" LA Times

Further reading

  1. Washington Post
  2. Song of the Sea Awards
  3. BFI London Film Festival Team Interview


One Response

  1. Susan / 8-5-2016 / ·

    I lament that Song of the Sea–and Book of Kells before it–was never shown close enough with enough notice so that I could see it. One of the first DVDs I bought was the Secret of Roan Innis, also about selkies. Sweet film, lovely music. In it, the young’uns leave Dublin and go to the West Coast of Ireland to their grandparents, because the air is healthier for growing kids.

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