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Traditionally, the Fastnet Film Festival takes place annually in Schull, County Cork, a selection of cinema under the shadow of Mount Gabriel. In May 2021, the festival will be delivered entirely online, with over 300 shorts from Ireland and abroad available to view completely free this week.

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The housing crisis is never far from the headlines in Ireland. It’s always worth remembering that it’s not just a political football, kicked backwards and forwards by our landlord leaders while they profit and profilgate. The housing crisis has ruined and cost far too many lives in Dublin and beyond, and a new short from filmmaker Eamonn Dillon highlights the depths of the difficulty people face under Ireland’s high risk of homelessness. Home Truths features hard-hitting real life interviews with victims of Dublin’s rental system and depicts the stark reality of the housing crisis in Ireland.

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Now set to host its twelfth edition, the First Cut! Youth Film Festival continues from tomorrow in its work showcasing and encouraging the next generation of Irish filmmakers. The annual Youghal-based event presents films in all genres by rising filmmakers, schools and youth groups as well as offering an insight into the Irish industry through workshops and talks by film pros.

 

The First Cut! Youth Film Festival 2021 will be taking place online from April 17th – May 9th. Accessible to participants from Ireland and abroad, the festival will provide three weeks of packed programming for young filmmakers from the ages of 12 up to 24, with screenings, workshops and talks in a safe and inclusive virtual format.

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Collectors of cult film curios Cabaret Noise are sounding off again, set to return to Stoneybatter in the spring with a new batch of the strange, underseen and interesting. From March through to May they’ll be hosting a trio of their well-curated and thought provoking presentations, deep from the deeper cuts of film.

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Warner Bros. UK and Ireland have put up the Bat-Signal for fans in the fair city of film with their announcement that classic Batman films will be returning to select cinemas  from the 17th May as part of the character’s ongoing 80th anniversary celebration. Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever and Batman & Robin will also be receiving 4K Ultra and Digital releases for the first time on the 3rd June, featuring Dolby Atmos.

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Every May, the Dublin Dance Festival presents the best Irish and international dance performances in venues throughout the city to a growing and evolving audience and generates opportunities for artists, at home and abroad  through residencies, commissions and partnerships and by encouraging artistic collaboration, experimentation, risk-taking and innovation in dance. The 2019 edition of the festival has already begun and will run until the 19th of May, but film fans may be interested in a selection of shorts taking place at the Projects Arts Centre next Monday 13th May.

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Admirable, Amiable, Theodorable. Who doesn’t love Keanu Reeves? Certainly the Light House Cinema do, which is why they’ve announced their latest season, Keanurama, an ode to Ted Logan himself that will demonstrate through over a dozen of his most iconic roles exactly why the man is The One to so many film fans. Including a John Wick double-bill and coinciding with the release of that series’ latest chapter Parabellum, this series of fun films will surely have us all speeding to Smithfield this summer.

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Though we at Film In Dublin love a prestigious evening of sophisticated cinema as much as the next website, there’s no doubt that sometimes it’s good to kick back and enjoy a late night of wild and weird cult movies. And who says the latter can’t have as much artistic intrigue and worthy discussion as the latter? Cabaret Noise certainly agree with us on that front.  This new Dublin-based film events company are dedicated to bringing cinemas greatest and most forgotten oddities to all manner of venues and locations around Dublin, and they’ll be introducing themselves to the fair city of film with a series of oddities set to screen in Stoneybatter over the next few months.

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Episode IV, A NEW HAPPENINGS

It is a period of a grand stretch in the evening. Happenings, striking from Merrion Square, have won their first victory against the evil fuck-all-to-do-cos-the-weather-is-bad. During the battle, Open Air Cinema spies managed to secure secret plans to the Empire’s ultimate IP, the STAR WARS, a sci-fi series with enough power to destroy an entire subculture’s ability to be polite on the internet. Pursued by the Empire’s sinister accountants, Happenings races home aboard their…um…starship? The Luas? Their whatever, custodian of the popular movie that can save their fanbase and restore craic to the galaxy….

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