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A dynamic programme of contemporary Irish hip hop and R&B musicals is set to be one of the more enticing elements of this year’s Dublin International Film Festival. Playback x DIFF is a collabaration between musical and film talent, as some of Ireland’s biggest names in the music scene engage creatively with rising and risen directing talent, producing that mutual staple of behind the camera skill and alternative expression in rap and R&B: the music video.

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Over17 years, the Dublin International Film Festival has screened over over a thousand international films from countries all over the world as well as showcasing the work of Ireland’s very talented producers, directors, screenwriters and actors. The Festival has hosted over 600 major guests from the world of film, including Al Pacino, Angela Lansbury, Brendan Gleeson, Daniel Day-Lewis, Danny DeVito, Ennio Morricone and more. This year’s festival has announced one of the biggest current names in film on this side of the water will be participating as director Steve McQueen set to make an appearance in conversation with one of Ireland’s own leading lights.

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The full programme for the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival 2020 was launched at the Light House Cinema in Smithfield this afternoon. VMDIFF Director Gráinne Humphreys announced details of this year’s programme, a 12 day extravaganza of cinema and an opportunity to see the very best of world cinema and film talent in Dublin.

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Film Network Ireland are hosting an event this weekend to raise awareness of the issues surrounding the Housing Crisis in Ireland. FNI 20/20 is a weekend filmmaking Festival to raise awareness of the hows and why of the Crisis and to highlight the areas of housing shortages, Addiction and Homelessness in Ireland.

All content produced at this event as well as money raised will be donated to the Peter McFerry Trust. The winning short will be shown with FNI partners The Virgin Media International Film Festival. The event is also sponsored by Dublin Business School, Wildcard Distribution and The Headstuff Podcast Network. This is an over 18’s event.

 

The FNI 20/20 event will involve two screenings on Sunday the 15th of December.

A submission screening : Entry is 15 euro and all submissions to be handed in person via USB  by 6pm, 14th at DBS Balfe Street. The Weekend Shoot and Screen Festival Kicks off on the evening of the 13th of December to the 15th, Entry costing 10 euro.

 

The entire event is set to take place at FNI headquarters at their partners Dublin Business School, Balfe Street, found just off Grafton Street, Dublin 2.

The first info/pitch session takes Place at 18:30pm at DBS, Balfe St on the 13th of Dec-  Concluding at the screening on the 15th at 7pm. Submission Screening deadline is Saturday the 14th of Dec at 6pm.  For Screening 15th of Dec. Tickets are available now via Eventbrite.