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Saturday, March 2 • 7:00 PM • T2

Q&A with Director Andrew Gallimore moderated by Dr. Darragh Gannon, Associate Director of Global Irish Studies and Assistant Teaching Professor of History at Georgetown University.

Documentary | North American Premiere | Award Winner | Award Winning Director & Producer | Woman Writer 

Generously sponsored by Niall P. Leogue, Caddie Tours, and Cathal Armstrong

From two-time Irish Film and Television Best Sports Documentary winners Andrew Gallimore and Morgan Bushe, ONE NIGHT IN MILLSTREET is the story of Ireland in 1995, a snapshot of a country told through a prize fight between then-unknown Cabra underdog Steve "The Celtic Warrior" Collins and the larger-than-life champion Chris "Simply the Best" Eubank, a sporting event that would grip and shape an entire nation.


Director: Andrew Gallimore

Screenwriter: Lydia Monin

Producers: Morgan Bushe and Peter Murnaghan 

Cast: Barry McGuigan, Chris Eubank, Steve Collins, Barry Hearn

Ireland, 2023, color, 80 min. NOT RATED.


Best Documentary - Irish Film Festival London 2023


"With lots of archive footage and interviews with both Eubank and Collins, writer Lydia Monin’s decision to approach the story chronologically pays dividends. And even if you don’t like boxing, this film is still a thrilling watch, packing a punch that Anthony Joshua can only dream of. One Night in Millstreet is knockout!"--The Reviews Hub, November 2023

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Andrew Gallimore

Andrew Gallimore was educated at the University of Wales College of Cardiff and the University of Oxford where he was part of the Reuter Foundation Fellowship Programme for International Journalism. Andrew set up an independent production house in 1996 that produced the first Celtic co-production in Irish, Welsh, Scots Gaelic and English, a six part series on Celtic boxing. This was followed by two further series under the same Celtic co-production model. Since then the company's programmes have been distributed to over forty countries and several of these programmes received MEDIA awards. The documentary film version of Andrew's book 'A Bloody Canvas' won an IFTA in 2009 for Best Sports Programme and the BAl-funded 'In Sunshine Or In Shadow ' was screened on Setanta Sports and won the IFTA for Best Sports Programme in 2011.

Darragh Gannon

Dr. Darragh Gannon serves as Associate Director of Global Irish Studies at Georgetown University. He also served as Fulbright Irish Scholar in the Department of History at Georgetown University beginning in 2022.

Dr. Gannon has published widely on the history of the Irish diaspora and the Irish Revolution, including Proclaiming a Republic: Ireland, 1916 and the National Collection (Irish Academic Press, 2016), Ireland 1922: independence, partition, civil war, with Fearghal McGarry (Royal Irish Academy, 2021), and Conflict, Diaspora, and Empire: Irish nationalism in Britain, 1912-1922 (Cambridge University Press, 2023). He is currently completing a fourth book, with Cambridge University Press: Worlds of Revolution: Ireland’s ‘global moment’, 1919-1923

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