Its Not Yet Dark – Simon Fitzmaurice in front of the lens

A very special Greystones Film Club Night for a very special Greystones filmmaker, we’re very proud to host the screening of one of the year’s most highly-anticipated documentaries, Frankie Fenton’s It’s Not Yet Dark.

One of life’s great over-achievers, being confined to a wheelchair and, eventually, relying only on communication through computer-read eye movements didn’t stop Greystones filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice from writing and directing My Name Is Emily last year.

And it didn’t stop the man from also writing his recent bestselling memoir, It’s Not Yet Dark.

Is it any wonder that the latter would inspire another filmmaker, Frankie Fenton, to put this remarkable man’s life in front of the camera?

Already a hit at Sundance, The Whale and Greystones Film Club are very proud to present a special screening of this brand new documentary, It’s Not Yet Dark, hitting Irish cinemas on the same weekend. A love story, at heart, the Fitzmaurice clan will be in attendance.

It’s going to be a beautiful night, and all money raised on the night will go to the Irish Motor Neuron Disease Association.


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