Dublin International Comedy Film Festival

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Online, Thursday 3rd December - Friday 4th December

The Dublin International Comedy Film Festival hits online screens from 3rd to 4th December with a jam packed programme of comedy events including films, sketches and web series from Ireland and around the globe.There’s also a terrific line up of virtual live comedy acts including Emma Doran and Joe Rooney, filmmaker Q&As and a glitzy Awards Ceremony on Zoom to wrap up the two days of side-splitting fun. A festival pass which includes entry to all films and events is great value at only €5. This film festival (which is the only one in the Republic purely dedicated to comedy) hits online screens from 3rd to 4th December with a programme of comedy events including films, sketches and web series from Ireland and around the globe.There’s also a terrific line up of virtual live comedy acts, filmmaker Q&As and a glitzy Awards Ceremony on Zoom to wrap up the two days of side-splitting fun.


Date:
Thursday 3rd December - Friday 4th December
Time:
Varies
Price:
€5

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