The debut feature film from director and musician Tom Barman, the frontman of Belgian rock band dEUS, will be screened at the Irish Film Institute on Thursday 31 August.

'Any Way the Wind Blows', which was made by Barman during a year out from his music career, is a contemporary drama which involves eight characters who live in Antwerp.

The stylish, fast-paced film portrays a day and a night in the lives of an interconnected group of people: Windman (Sam Louwyck) meets cinema projectionist-cum-DJ Walter (Frank Vercruyssen) at a party; Walter is DJing for his girlfriend Natalie (Natali Broods), whose brother Chouki (Matthias Schoenaerts) steals a deadly virus and accidentally releases it.

After selling out Dublin's Ambassador last year, dEUS return to Ireland to perform at this year's Electric Picnic on Friday 1 September.

Barman will introduce the film, which screens at 10.45pm on Thursday 31 August. Bookings can be made through the IFI's website at:

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