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August 21st: Ava (2017), dir. Sadaf Foroughi; Coup 53 (2020), dir. Taghi Amirani

August 14th: My Rembrandt (2019), dir. Oeke Hoogendijk

August 7th: Dark Lies The Island (2019), dir. Ian Fitzgibbon; Perfect 10 (2019), dir. Eva Riley

JULY 2020

July 31st: The Fight (2019), dirs. Eli Despres, Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg

July 30th – August 5th: East Asia Film Festival Ireland: Chinese Portrait (2019), dir. Wang Xiaoshuai; A Girl Missing (2019), dir. Koji Fukada; Heavy Craving (2019), dir. Pei-Ju Hsieh; Monsoon (2019), dir. Hong Khaou; Swimming Out Till The Sea Turns Blue (2020), dir. Jia Zhang-ke; Vision (2018), dir. Naomi Kawase; Wisdom Tooth (2019), dir. Liang Ming

July 24th: The Traitor (2019), dir. Marco Bellocchio

July 17th: Clemency (2019), dir. Chinonye Chukwu

July 13th: The Reel Art Collection: The Beholder (2010), dir. Conor Horgan; Blood Rising (2013), dir. Mark McLoughlin; Broken Song (2013), dir. Claire Dix; Build Something Modern (2010), dirs. Paul Rowley and Nicky Gogan; The Devil’s Pool (2014), dir. Cecily Brennan; The Door Ajar (2011), dir. Patrick Jolley; Dreamtime Revisited (2012), dirs. Dónal Ó Céilleachair and Julius Ziz; The Far Side of Revenge (2012), dir. Margo Harkin; Floating Structures (2018), dirs. Adrian Duncan and Feargal Ward; Further Beyond (2015), dirs. Joe Lawlor and Christine Molloy; The Great Wall (2014), dir. Tadhg O’Sullivan; Jimmy Murakami: Non Alien (2010), dir. Sé Merry Doyle; Natan (2013), dirs. Paul Duane and David Cairns; Phantom Islands (2018), dir. Rouzbeh Rashidi; Photo City (2017), dirs. John Murphy and Traolach Ó Murchú; The Science of Ghosts (2018), dir. Niall McCann; Talking To My Father (2014), dir. Sé Merry Doyle; Teach Ionadh/Wonder House (2011), dir. Oonagh Kearney; Tim Robinson: Connemara (2011), dir. Pat Collins; A Vision: The Life and Death of WB Yeats (2013), dir. Alan Gilsenan; We Are Moving – Memories of Miss Moriarty (2016), dir. Claire Dix


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