Filmed on location in Dublin: the late Irish author James Joyce returns to life in a fast-paced celebration of "Bloomsday" - June the 16th - the day in 1904 depicted in his groundbreaking novel 'Ulysses.'
Bloomsday is named after Leopold Bloom, the main character in Joyce's book which is regarded as one of the greatest works ever published.
Amid historic settings of the novel, "Bloomsday ReJoyce" explores its influence as revealed by a publisher, a Senator, theatre performers, a cleric, cabbie, art exhibits, Japanese and Farsi translations, pub gatherings and period costume parties involving an amazing cast of real-life characters.
Discover how Bloomsday has become a national festival throughout Ireland and around the world.
Original soundtrack composed and performed by the Dublin City Rounders.
Produced with the support of
The James Joyce Centre, Dublin.