A rural community commit their lives to memory as a new motorway ploughs onwards through their landscape, a glaring symbol of our modern age. What will remain when nature inevitably subsumes it all?
Keith Walsh was born in Waterford in the south east of Ireland. His first exposure to cameras was at 13 when he began filming with his older brother. He studied Film and Television in Galway City and began working professionally while in college.
Over the past 25 years he has worked specifically in non – fiction – directing, shooting and editing his own work with long time collaborator Jill Beardsworth. Their work has screened at over 50 festivals worldwide and picked up several awards, most recently best cinematography for When All is Ruin Once Again at the Galway Film Fleadh.
Thursday 22 October
Garter Lane Theatre | 6.30pm
€10 Booking through www.imagineartsfestival.com