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Last year’s Chinese-Language Film Festival was another great example of the diverse, compelling international cinema on offer at the Irish Film Institute, as the likes of A Touch of Zen and The Road to Mandalay were given the opportunity to be screened for Irish eyes. The festival returns to the Temple Bar cinema this April under a new name, the East Asia Film Festival. This year the festival offers a fresh masterclass from an acclaimed cinematographer, several Irish premieres and a screening of Wong Kar-wai’s In the Mood for Love, one of the greatest films of the 2000s.

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If you know where and when to look in Dublin you can find a film festival showing the finest cinema of almost any region or culture in the world. Frequently the where is the Irish Film Institute and coming soon for the when is this May, as this year the IFI will be hosting the inaugural Chinese-language Film Festival Ireland. Titled ‘Made in Taiwan‘,  the festival will be showing some a range of acclaimed Chinese-language films, including the martial arts classic A Touch of Zen and what’s more, the festival will be highlighting the work of master filmmaker Hou Hsiao-Hsien, as well as his longtime collaborator, screenwriter Chu Tien-Wen.

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