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IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN – time to get excited about what’s to be screened at the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival.
Whether you’re a fan of horror, comedy, drama, or short films, there’s plenty to watch this year.
Highlights include the gala opening An Cailín Ciúinthe documentary vicky about Vicky Phelan, Irish Horror you are not my motherand Paul Verhoeven’s erotic thriller Nun Benedetta.
There is also a screening of the Oscar nominee The worst person in the worlda film about the group Hahaand a series of short films made in Glasgow.
The worst person in the world
The absolute dream, of course, would be to have a season ticket to be able to go to all Movies.
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The Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival will run from February 23 to March 6 this year, and we’ll be focusing on some of the films featured on The Journal – so stay tuned for more.
Visit the website to view the schedule and book movie tickets.
Closing of registrations at 11 p.m. on Sunday, February 13.