ONE HUNDRED MORNINGS takes New York by storm
“Playing like balm to the soul of anyone quivering from too many overworked, over-agitated multiplex experiences, Conor Horgan’s “One Hundred Mornings” uses an apocalyptic event as a springboard into the human psyche”. [ Jeannette Catsoulis, The New York Times]
ONE HUNDRED MORNINGS has just finished a very successful week-long run at the uber-hip reRun Theater in Brooklyn.
The release garnered much attention from some of New York’s finest publications, with glowing reviews in Slant, The Village Voice, and the much coveted New York Times critics pick.
Director Conor Horgan also made a guest appearance on Indie-producer extraordinaire Ted Hope’s blog, in which he discussed what he learned from the making of ONE HUNDRED MORNINGS.
Opening night was attended by Conor Horgan, producer Katie Holly and cast member Kelly Campbell, along with New York’s independent film industry.
Big shout out to Aaron Gillis, curator of reRun, for his constant support and enthusiasm for Irish Indie!