Dublin Independent Film Festival

Light House Cinema, Wednesday 4th November

Dublin Independent Film Festival welcomes you to our third edition, in the home of Guinness and Irish cinema! An event organized for both independent filmmakers and cinema-goers who love to discover niche films and artists.

The festival’s judges and programmers come from different film backgrounds and are eager to put together an exciting and truly high-quality program of indie films. Dublin Independent Film Festival’s aim is to discover new talent, films and filmmakers with potential, and to recognize the collaborative work this art form is funded on.

The program will focus on independent films of different genres, with no limitations on length, style or country of origin. The festival is open to everyone regardless of budget and experience.


Date:
Wednesday 4th November
Time:
Price:
Varies
Address:
Light House Cinema, Market Street South, Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland

Google Map of Light House Cinema, Market Street South, Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland

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