This Wednesday, we’ll be screening “The Telemachy”, an independent film written and directed by Alexander Nally.
The Telemachy is a journey of self-discovery inspired by Homer’s Odyssey. It follows Telemachus, an Anglo Greek boy who runs away from home in order to find his true father Ilias on the isle of Skiathos. Throughout the film we encounter characters with overlaying themes that remind us that everyone has a story to tell. In the epic poems of Homer, Telemachus was the son of the legendary Odysseus. Scholars often refer to the first four books of The Odyssey as ‘The Telemachy’.
The film will be screened at the North Wall on Wednesday 20th February at 7.00pm and there will be a Q&A session at 9pm with the filmmakers. Tickets are free but are offered on a first come, first served basis. To reserve a seat, call the box office on 01865 319450.