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Broadway, Black Sea

A relic of Soviet days, when the proletariat would be sent for summer holidays on the shores of the Black Sea, the resort of Broadway still teems with life for a few sizzling weeks each year.
Vitalij Manskij’s stunning film is the story of one of those summers. We follow a photographer and his monkey, see teenage boys and girls flirting in the sunshine, hear some excruciating yet hilarious karaoke and witness the birth of a child. Grotesque, beautiful and disturbing, this exhilarating film has the best opening shot you’ll see this year.
(2002. Russia / Germany. English subtitles. Colour. 35mm. 86 mins.)
A Wee Wonder
How something insignificant and mundane can be transformed into something momentous and
meaningful- enter Willie Jack and his passion and dedication for his toilets.
( 2002. Ireland. Beta. Colour. 13mins)
Directed by Kate McCullough, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.

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