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11th-20th April 2019 Belfast Film Festival 
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The Belfast Film Festival began in 1995 as part of Féile An Phobail and has developed hand in hand with the evolving culture of film patronage and filmmaking in the city. Site-specific cinema means hosting the classics of the silver screen in surroundings that enhance and intensify your experience of our films. The festival locates screenings in various Belfast locations including Ormeau Park, Crumlin Road Gaol, Christchurch Library, The Albert Clock, the Titanic Dry Dock and the Bangor Aurora swimming pool.

24th April-5th May 2019 Tribeca Film Festival 
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The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, announced that its 18th edition will take place April 24 - May 5, 2019 in New York City. Tribeca celebrates storytelling in all its forms from film to TV, VR to gaming.

4th-6th June 2019 Celtic Media Festival 
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The Celtic Media Festival is supported by broadcast, film, cultural and economic development organisations throughout the Celtic countries. The Festival is an annual three-day celebration of broadcasting, film talent and excellence from Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany

1st-5th August 2019 GAZE LGBT Film Festival 
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GAZE LGBT International Film Festival has spent 26 years bringing groups of strangers and friends together in dark rooms for intimate, breathtaking, mind-bending, life-altering cinematic experiences. GAZE has grown to become one of the most respected LGBT film festivals in the world.

6th-13th October 2019 IndieCork Film Festival 
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Great films, special experiences and some fun along the journey – exactly what festivals do best! IndieCork champions independent productions from Cork, from Ireland and from across the world. Great films continue to be made, films that often don’t get to cinemas or to TV.

22nd-28th October 2019 Richard Harris International Film Festival 
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This Irish film festival will celebrate the life and works of Richard Harris and those who follow in his footsteps. Affiliated to I.F.T.A. (Irish Film and Television Awards) and collaborating with Newport Beach Film Festival one of the core objectives of #RHIFF is to offer a platform where Irish and International film-makers from home and abroad can meet, collaborate and view each other's work.


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