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Made in Cork - Programme 1
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Made in Cork - Programme 2
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Some media reports of the festival from The Irish Times and from The Sunday Times.
Our Delegates List currently stands at 235 filmmakers, film executives, staff of funding agencies, film organisaions and festivals.
27 excellent documentaries dealing with cultural, political and social issues. Superb music-related docs also. The directors of 14 of the docs will be in Cork to talk about their films. Check out our YouTube channel for some trailers.
CCFF is proud to serve as a platform for local filmmaking talent – Cork City and County. We congratulate all involved in the three ‘Made In Cork’ programmes – directors and producers obviously but casts and crews too, and also the enlightened funders!
In our opinion, the best new Irish shorts from the 300 submitted. The selection includes drama, comedy, animation, documentary and experimental films. There are films in English and as Gaeilge. All are excellent and illustrate the wealth of emerging and existing talent in the Irish film community. We are honoured to be screening these films.
51 Shorts from 24 countries, selected from the 2,500 submitted!
Colleague Una Feely is just back from Liverpool where she presented two programmes of Irish short films at the Liverpool Irish Festival.
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