All over for another year : Donald Clarke from the Irish Times reflects on the good and the bad of this year's festival. + more
access CINEMA release Our Children opens in Irish Film Institute and Triskel Christchurch from Friday May 10th
access>CINEMA releases the Belgian drama Our Children (A Perdre La Raison) at the Irish Film Institute, Dublin and Triskel Christchurch Cork from today, May 10th. + more
Droichead Arts Centre announces new initiative
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Droichead Arts Centre in Co. Louth has an exciting new initiative, a Social Cinema Festival, running from May 21-24, and especially targeted at teenagers and young adults.
With a selection of international films on offer as well as workshops and talks the Festival celebrates the capacity of cinema to cast a critical eye on the major social, economic and cultural issues of our time.
Local filmmaker and director Darren Thornton hosts a hands on practical workshop post a screening of Charlie Chaplin’s Modern Times, Saleh Rifaie looks at the issues raised in the Irish documentary, The Pipe while Ged Nash, TD reveals how the political process works following a screening of Alexander Paynes’s Election.
Tickets for all the screenings have been subsidised and you can get the full list of what’s on from droichead.com