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IndieCork Festival partner with Blacknight for new festival home
02 Sep 2016 : Katie McNeice
The Blacknight Festival Centre will servce as a base for the IndieCork Festival 2016 based in Kino cinema, the original arthouse cinema in Cork.

The festival runs from October 9th-16th 2016, with the line-up for this year’s festival yet to be announced.

Blacknight is a domain name registrar and web hosting company founded by Michele Neylon. The company will also be contributing content for the filmmaker workshop series this year.

Úna Feely, Chairperson of the Festival has stated:
“We are delighted that Blacknight are supporting IndieCork in such an imaginative way…It will allow the festival to develop our professional, public and social networks and provide a real focus to our activities during the festival week.

“Such support is essential to IndieCork as we move into our 4th year. We are delighted to see headline sponsor Rising Sons Brewery joined by another 100% owned Irish company”.

“For us it’s very heartening and instills confidence in what IndieCork is doing. We look forward to opening the doors of the Blacknight Festival Centre to our filmmakers, delegates, public and volunteers, with an exciting programme of events”.

For Blacknight CEO Michele Neylon:
“Many of our customers are independent artists and creative professionals. The Internet gives them a stage and and audience. IndieCork is a homegrown enterprise with a growing international reputation, and we feel we have a lot in common.”





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