- 19 Apr 18
This brand new movie about the biggest rock band in the world will be shown next month – and features fans all across the globe.
A documentary focusing on the lives and experiences of U2 fans, over the four decades since the band first began to make a racket, U2: Dream Out Loud is set for its Irish premiere at the IFI in Dublin, early in May.
Directed by David Barry, it evokes the huge importance of the band – variously as musicians, songwriters, and as people – to their fans, and the unique bond that has been forged, not just between U2 and their fans, but also among those that love their music.
Dream Out Loud brings the journey that U2 have been on since 1980 to life, through the eyes of the people who've constantly backed them, praised them and travelled to see them at shows all over the world. People from the age of 12 up to 72, from over 25 countries - including some Irish fans of course – are represented in what is a thoroughly unique film!
The documentary will be screened on the 5th of May at 6:30pm, in the Irish Film Institute, in Dublin. For more information regarding ticket prices, please see the official Irish Film Institute site.