Adapted from Foster, a short story by Claire Keegan, this IFTA-winning Irish language film follows nine-year-old Cáit.
The first film sanctioned by the Bowie estate.
Selected shorts featured as part of the celebration of Black History Month.
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REVIEW ROUNDUP: FlUX GOURMET, PURE GRIT
BLACK HISTORY MONTH AT THE IFI
REVIEW ROUNDUP: AFTER YANG, BLONDE, MOONAGE DAYDREAM & SILENT LAND
IFI DOCUMENTARY FESTIVAL TAKES FLIGHT