Some of the best of Irish film at the St. Patrick’s Film Festival with Volta

This St. Patrick’s week, the Irish online streaming platform Volta will be celebrating some of the best of our local cinema. See hits from the fair city of film and beyond on the isle, all for free from this March 15th – 21st.

The St. Patrick’s Film Festival will serve as a showcase for some of Ireland’s best storytellers and talents at the moment. As Volta themselves say,

So much of being Irish is appreciating a good story and having the ability to tell a good story. To celebrate this St. Patrick’s Day, Volta together with Screen Ireland are inviting audiences to enjoy an Irish film on us at home. Audiences can choose from a specially curated collection of terrific Irish Film from some of our favourite filmmakers.

With the support of Screen Ireland, the streaming platform has picked some of the best Irish films of recent years to make available all week. Simply by entering the festival viewing code SPFF2021 . This code can be redeemed multiple times, allowing viewers to experience the full range of films as their own completely free, self-curated film festival. From gas comedies like Extra Ordinary, coming of age tales like A Date for Mad Mary and Metal Heart and documentaries like the Shane McGowan story Crock of Gold, there’s plenty of selection on offer.

See the full list of films available as part of Volta’s St. Patrick’s Film Festival below:

  • Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan
  • A Date For Mad Mary
  • Metal Heart
  • The Man Who Wanted To Fly
  • His & Hers
  • Extra Ordinary
  • Frank
  • The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid
  • 32A


About Luke Dunne

Luke is a writer, film addict and Dublin native who loves how much there is for film fans in his home county. A former writer for FilmFixx and the Freakin' Awesome Network, he founded Film In Dublin to pursue his dual dreams of writing about film and never sleeping ever again.

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