Kerry Film Festival Programme Announced

| September 27, 2016 | Comments (0)

 

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The 2016 Kerry Film Festival (KFF), which runs from 19th -23rd October, has announced the programme which includes the world premiere of two kerry features, Making it (pictured) and Brackenmore, the Irish premiere of two music documentary films, Junun and We Are X, a special 1916 film commemoration to include a screening of Mise Éire in a association with the IFI and a curated selection of Irish and International Short Films and Events

The 17th edition of the festival will present 16 programmes of short film in 2016. The short film programme is an integral part of the Kerry Film Festival schedule and this year films were submitted from Kerry to Japan to Peru and further afield. With an international focus on short film reflected in the schedule there is also an overflowing programme of Kerry short films in the KERRY CONNECTION programme highlighting the wealth of talent creating film in the county.

Artistic Director of the Kerry Film Festival, Maeve McGrath said, “The festival will open in Cinema Killarney with Kerry Made feature film, Making it from Director Eamonn Norris. We are delighted to showcase a film produced and filmed in Kerry as our opening film in the festival. Another Kerry Made feature film, Brackenmore will close the festival.”

 

For more information on these screenings and others at Kerry Film Festival visit www.kerryfilmfestival.com or call 066 712 9934.

 

 

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