Dir: Frankie Fenton,2016, 81 minutes, Ireland, PG
In 2008 Irish director Simon Fitzmaurice was diagnosed with motor neurone disease (ALS). At just 34 years old, he was given four years to live; but Simon refused to give up and started to work on the script for a feature film –My Name is Emily. It's Not Yet Dark is inspirational, honest and particularly poignant following Simon’s recent death.
Winner - Best Irish Feature Documentary, Galway Film Fleadh 2016
Winner – Best Cinematography in an Irish Feature, Galway Film Fleadh 2016
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For a picture that has much to do with depletion, It’s Not Yet Dark buzzes with all the right sorts of energy ... A very well-made tribute The Irish Times