Jeremy Irons at the San Francisco International Film Festival

Jeremy Irons was at the Sundance Kabuki Cinema in San Francisco on Wednesday 30 April for “An Evening with Jeremy Irons” – a Q&A session, moderated by Noah Cowan (Executive Director of SFIFF), followed by a screening of Reversal of Fortune from an original 35mm print.

On Thursday afternoon, Jeremy introduced a screening of his documentary film Trashed.

On Thursday evening, at the Regency Ballroom, Jeremy Irons was present to accept the Peter J. Owens Award for Excellence in Acting. This award honours an actor whose work exemplifies brilliance, independence and integrity.

From the San Francisco Film Society – A nice biography of Jeremy Irons

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VIDEO – On the Red Carpet with Jeremy Irons (and others) at the San Francisco International Film Festival Awards Gala

Here are some video clips of Jeremy’s Q&A with Noah Cowan:

Jeremy Irons…. His voice…in real….!!! #JeremyIrons #sfiff

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Storytelling hour with Jeremy Irons #SFIFF

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"…and there was a deserted beach with turtles giving birth…" I could really listen to Jeremy Irons tell stories forever.

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How Jeremy Irons prepared for playing twins in David Cronenberg's Dead Ringers. #SFIFF

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Jeremy Irons at #SFIFF ranting about how James Earl Jones was the better-drawn lion than him in The Lion King. Epic

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