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Taking place on Friday 17th September, Culture Night 2021 invites us all to come together again, and there’s no shortage of film events for us to do just that. One we’re really excited for at Film In Dublin will be a screening of short films that put the fair city at their centre. ‘Dublin Will Be Written In My Heart’ will offer an evening of shorts celebrating Dublin in all its glory, beauty and blemishes.
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The sixteenth edition of Culture Night will take place across Ireland on Friday 17 September 2021 and a number of special events in the fair city of film will be of interest to culture vultures of the cinematic persuasion.
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An Irish short released next Wednesday will take an innovative approach to the pandemic, both in subject matter and assembly. Masks will be released on Wednesday, August 11th.

Masks is a new short film by Dublin filmmaker Conor Tobin, a dreamlike piece which captures some of the complex and paradoxical feelings born out of the pandemic experience.

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Indie filmmaking can present so many challenges – in funding, in finishing, in finding its audience – that it is always important to highlight and celebrate success stories when they emerge. The New Music is a prominent Irish example, a film and crew that have worked through the process of independent film over several years, and through innovative approaches and, as should be at the core of all filmmaking, vibrant ideas and messages at its heart. It has been through a crowdfunding journey, been celebrated on the festival circuit at home and abroad and staged a successful screening at the Irish Film Institute. Now the film has secured distribution in Ireland and the UK, and we are looking forward to hearing more about when this story of punk, Parkinson’s and friendship will be available widely to watch.

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“A sick film made by sick people for sick people” was how Nicolas Roeg’s Bad Timing was described by its own distributors, and if that sounds like the kind of film you absolutely must see, Fillum and the Generator have you covered this November.

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The New Music is a new Irish film about a classical pianist with Young Onset Parkinson’s disease who joins a Dublin punk band. It aims to shine a light on this rare and little known condition which affects those under 50 years of age.
The film has the full support of Young Parkinson’s Ireland and is currently raising funds to complete post production for its completion deadline in March.  As the film closes in on its funding goals, they have announced a table quiz night in an effort to secure the final funds needed for release.

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The Bleeding Pig Film Festival returns for its third edition from Monday 10th to Wednesday 12th September in its usual venue Keelings Pub in Donabate and there are some exciting new changes afoot this year. This year’s edition of the film side of the Donabate cultural event is committed to embracing women in film, with a focus on ‘F-Rated’ films.

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