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BREAK OUT PICTURES are delighted to announce the on-demand release of four critically acclaimed Irish documentaries.
12th Nov 2020
AN ENGINEER IMAGINES, WHEN ALL IS RUIN ONCE AGAIN, THE MAN WHO WANTED TO FLY and LOSING ALASKA will be released throughout the month of August on various platforms allowing audiences to once again enjoy the pure delights of these much-loved recently released documentaries.
Speaking on their upcoming releases, co-founder of Break Out Pictures Nell Roddy commented that “We’re thrilled that these beautiful films all helmed by such talented Irish film-makers will now be available on-demand in Ireland for the first time for anyone who didn’t have the chance to see them on theatrical release or for those who just want to watch them all over again.”
AN ENGINEER IMAGINES traces the monumental legacy of world-renowned engineer Peter Rice as he simultaneously pushed the boundaries of art and science to achieve the unimaginable. WHEN ALL IS RUIN ONCE AGAIN celebrates a simpler Ireland through resonant cinematography. The uplifting and life-affirming THE MAN WHO WANTED TO FLY is guaranteed to leave you smiling from ear to ear and LOSING ALASKA is a timely and urgent tale of the devastation of climate change.
Viewers can stream or download-to-own these incredible films from various platforms including Google Play, Volta, IFI@Home, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Microsoft Movies & TV.
Further details can be found here
About Break Out Pictures
Break Out Pictures is an ambitious film distribution company founded by Nell Roddy and Robert McCann Finn with a dedication to supporting emerging and established creatives. Previous releases include Ian Fitzgibbon’s pitch-black comedy DARK LIES THE ISLAND, written by Kevin Barry and starring Pat Shortt and Tommy Tiernan, Seamus Murphy’s beguiling A DOG CALLED MONEY; a creative collaboration between Murphy and renowned musician PJ Harvey and Sundance selected ANIMALS directed by Sophie Hyde. This Autumn sees Break Out bring Paddy Slattery’s much anticipated debut BROKEN LAW to the big screen, as well as firm festival favourite RIALTO starring Tom Vaughan-Lawlor and Tom O’Sullivan’s critically acclaimed ARRACHT.