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Louth International Film Festival To Start

28 September 2022

The Louth International Film Festival is taking place in DkIT this Friday September 30th, and An Tåin Arts Centre on October 1st and 2nd.  

This year has 50 hours of shorts and features over three days, and feature films this year include North Circular, Atomic Hope and the new Sinead O'Connor documentary, Nothing Compares. The industry panels include Writer/Director Aislinn Clarke, Editor Mick Mahon, Producer Luke McManus, Director Frankie Fenton, Producer Elaine Gallagher and Director Diarmuid Goggins.  

The opening film this year is 'Nowhere to Hide: Clann Naofa Boxing Academy'. Written and directed by Laurence McKeown. Clann Naofa Boxing Academy, Dundalk, Co Louth was established in 2004 by Jim O’Neill, formerly of the Lower Falls, Belfast. Jim’s aim was to provide an opportunity for young people from the sprawling working-class estate which was greatly lacking in facilities. This sold-out screening is taking place in the PJ Carrolls Screening Room on September 30th at 7pm.  

Listen to Festival Directors Jay Peter Javeri and Lorcan Dunne on Dundalk FM's Town Talk with Marissa Lucchesi talking about the upcoming Louth International Film Festival 

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