Cork Film Festival is delighted to return to the Liverpool Irish Festival for a third year, with two new programmes of the best, most creative short films made in Ireland, some of these films screen in Liverpool even before their Irish debut.
In these two programmes we present documentaries, fiction, narrative and animation films amongst other genres. Some of these films have achieved international success on the festival circuit, but others we have included for the new and unusual voices to be heard or their particular slant on Ireland.
This year, we are including a special focus on filmmakers from Cork, the city by the Lee. Cork has developed into a dynamic and creative source of filmmaking in recent years, and we are proud to present some of the best short films made there.
The warm welcome we have received from the Liverpool audience over the past few years, has been very encouraging, in particular to the Irish filmmakers who attend. This year, with the support of First Take Video, there will be a meeting between Cork and Liverpool based filmmakers to discuss their work and future collaboration.
Please feel free to join us on both nights where we will be happy to meet, talk and engage with you the audience.
This presentation is kindly supported by Culture Ireland and Cork City Council.
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