Archive | September, 2016

Comedies by Buster, Charlie and Pierre

Pierre Étaix is a French comedy master in the tradition of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin and also in the tradition of Jacques Tati with whom Étaix served a comedic apprentiship. Étaix’s films went unseen for years due to legal entanglemennts but his unique genious has recently been ‘rediscovered’ .We are delighted present a programme […]

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Lifes a pitch and then you cry

Presented by award-winning, critically acclaimed director, David Keating this is a one-day, trauma-free workshop that teaches persuasive ways to present and pitch film projects. Exploring techniques that help us convey the essentials, you can learn to deal with nerves and get to a place where the process is not only enjoyable, but from where you […]

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The Film Feast

This is a great event every year and one increasingly copied – combine a great heart-warming foodie film and appropriate food from local producers and a wonderful and generous wine importer and happiness ensues. This year the Food Feast moves to the Blacknight Festival Centre in the Kino and takes on an Italian flavor with […]

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Irish Indie Features

There is a very strong lineup of Irish indie features this year including two made in Cork, both receiving their World Premieres with us; Sean Breathnach’s horror flic Beyond The Woods and the visual treat which is Storage, directed by Rupert MacCarthy-Morrogh. We’re delighted to welcome back to Cork two IndieCork alumni, Gerard Walsh with […]

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The Opening Film

Our Opening Film is that wonderful thing, a laugh-out-loud Irish indie feature. Dead Along The Way is a comedy of errors, with well-drawn characters situated within a tight plot. That is has so many Cork connections doesn’t harm it either. At the time of writing it seems that the screen is soon to be Sold […]

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