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Events Diary for Oct 25, 2015 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
21st-25th October 2015 The 2015 Kerry Film Festival 
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Emerging filmmakers are at the core of the Kerry Film Festival programme, with the short film competition geared towards showcasing their work and bringing it to a wider audience both at home and throughout a growing network of partner festivals across the globe.

22nd-25th October 2015 2015 Clones Film Festival 
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Clones Film Festival takes place over the October bank holiday weekend, from Thursday 22nd to Sunday 25th October 2015. The programme this year will once again be packed full of daring and fresh international and Irish features, documentaries, animations and short films which promise, as ever, to whet the cinematic appetite of all. Each year, Clones Courthouse and the Old Post Office (now Clones Art Studios) are transformed into cinema venues. The Cinemobile will also make its annual pilgrimage to the town for the four-day event. Opening Night on Thursday 22 October will take place at Clones Courthouse. This is always a free event and all are welcome to attend. The nightly Festival Club will also make a welcome return to Adamsonís Bar on Analore Street. There, festival-goers can chill, chat or boogie to the hottest new talent in Irish music.

23rd-25th October 2015 The Richard Harris International Film Festival 
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RHIFF strongly believe that the Irish film-making Diaspora should be encouraged to showcase their work in Ireland. They are currently the only Film Festival in Ireland which specifically encourages Irish Filmmakers abroad to return and showcase their work. As an international film festival, they have categories open to non-Irish film-makers and welcome entries from all over the world.

23rd-25th October 2015 The Richard Harris International Film Festival 
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RHIFF strongly believe that the Irish film-making Diaspora should be encouraged to showcase their work in Ireland. They are currently the only Film Festival in Ireland which specifically encourages Irish Filmmakers abroad to return and showcase their work. As an international film festival, they have categories open to non-Irish film-makers and welcome entries from all over the world.

   


 
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