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THE BRENDAN VOYAGE

UK, 1978 (MIFF 1979)

Director: Alan Scales

This is the true record of an epic and dangerous voyage across the North Atlantic in a leather curragh a replica of a 10th century boat used by the legendary St Brendan on his voyage of discovery.

Bronze Hugo, Silver Plaque, Chicago; Grand Prix, Cartagena, Sept d'Or, Press Prize, La Plagne.

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