IFI Stranger Than Fiction – Sunday Preview

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IFI Stranger Than Fiction (26 – 29 Sep, 2013)

IFI Stranger Than Fiction draws to a close today with 5 feature documentaries, plus 2 documentaries by Jon Bang Carlsen one of Denmark’s most celebrated and provocative documentarians. Today’s programme features 3 Irish documentaries: Close to Evil, Gerry Gregg’s gripping film follows Tomi Reichental, a Holocaust survivor resident in Ireland, as he sets out to to find one of the SS guards who kept him captive in Bergen-Belsen; Here Was Cuba, telling the inside story of the Cuban Missile Crisis – directed by Emer Reynolds and John Murray; and Aisling Gheal, Dónal Ó Céilleachair’s film of a team of women passionately keeping Sean-nós alive and attracting young protégés all the time.

CLOSE TO EVIL (DUBLIN PREMIERE)

Sunday 29th September 2013
13.30

AISLING GHEAL (DUBLIN PREMIERE)

Sunday 29th September 2013
16.00

LEVIATHAN (IRISH PREMIERE)

Sunday 29th September 2013
18.00

HERE WAS CUBA (DUBLIN PREMIERE)

Sunday 29th September 2013
18.15

DRAGON GIRLS (IRISH PREMIERE)

Sunday 29th September 2013
20.00

JON BANG CARLSEN PROGRAMME

Sunday 29th September 2013
14.00

 

Tickets for all IFI Stranger Than Fiction films are on sale NOW at the IFI Box Office on 01 679 3477 and can also be booked on www.ifi.ie/stf where you can find out full details for all the films in IFI Stranger than Fiction.

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