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19th September 2014

06:30 PM
Price : Free

ADDRESS

Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

WEB

www.ifi.ie/film/ifi-culture-night-short-and-sweet/

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Short & Sweet: Irish Short Films

Looking to satiate your appetite for all things cultural and cinematic? IFI’s Culture Night programme offers just the film feast.

Enjoy a free screening of family-friendly Irish short films from the vaults of the IFI’s impressive archive. A mix of recent and old shorts, the programme focuses on the theme of difference and diversity and how we all find our place in the world.

From Steph Green’s Oscar-nominated short New Boy, a beautifully crafted story of a young emigrant finding his feet in his new Dublin school, or Nora Twomey’s charming animation Cúilín Dualach, the tale of a boy who was born with his head on backwards, anyone can identify with that quest to fit in.

The screenings begin at 6.30pm, 7pm and 7.30pm, they're divided into 25-minute slots with a short break between each.

This event is free but ticketed.

 

Short & Sweet: Irish Short Films

19th September 2014

06:30 PM

Price : Free

ADDRESS

Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

WEB

www.ifi.ie/film/ifi-culture-night-short-and-sweet/

Share

Looking to satiate your appetite for all things cultural and cinematic? IFI’s Culture Night programme offers just the film feast.

Enjoy a free screening of family-friendly Irish short films from the vaults of the IFI’s impressive archive. A mix of recent and old shorts, the programme focuses on the theme of difference and diversity and how we all find our place in the world.

From Steph Green’s Oscar-nominated short New Boy, a beautifully crafted story of a young emigrant finding his feet in his new Dublin school, or Nora Twomey’s charming animation Cúilín Dualach, the tale of a boy who was born with his head on backwards, anyone can identify with that quest to fit in.

The screenings begin at 6.30pm, 7pm and 7.30pm, they're divided into 25-minute slots with a short break between each.

This event is free but ticketed.

 

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