A fantastic week of films and events kicks off on Tuesday, October 8th when the 14th annual Kerry Film Festival launches in Siamsa Tire.From the Opening Night’s The Summit through to the closing Awards Ceremony a feast of features, special screenings and shorts, showcasing the best of local, national and international filmmaking talent awaits.
In addition to old favourites such as the Irish and International Narrative Shorts and Made in Kerry new categories have been developed and curated this year.
Music and film lovers can enter a marriage made in heaven in St John’s Church on Wednesday October 9th at 8PM with Music from the Movies performed by Kerry’s Finlay Ensemble.
Without Words is a programme of experimental, documentary and narrative short films where the picture tells the whole story.
The younger audience has not been overlooked either with a Family Gala planned for Saturday, October 12th, 2PM at the Brandon Conference Centre. All the family can go along to share the joy of Ernest and Celestine.
To view a full programme for KFF 2013 click here.
All tickets can be bought directly from the KFF Box Office on Ivy Terrace 10 – 6 daily.
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