From 9th – 17th November, the 58th Cork Film Festival will take place in Cork City.
An eclectic mix of films, music and ideas, the Cork Film Festival is Ireland’s oldest film festival, and as well as playing a varied selection of the best current films from world cinema, the Cork Film Festival has an exciting mix of music on film programme.
This year some of the films on this year programme includes: Nebraska, What is the film called love, Fill the Void, Burning Bush, Project Wild Thing, The lords burning rain, Dont look now, The sea
, Bird on a wire, Silence is gold, Computer chess, Pear blossom highway, Eureka and All is lost to name but a few.
The venues for the Cork Film Festival are the Cork Opera House, the Triskel Christchurch and the Gate Cinema. Each conveniently located in the city centre.
A wonderful event that is enjoyed by locals and those travelling on trips to Ireland, the Cork Film Festival is a must for all film buffs and this year has over 80 feature films presentations, of which 25 are documentaries.
Cork is a popular city for those planning a vacation in Ireland, with wide range of visitors from all over the work visiting each year. For those planning a hen or stag party Cork boasts a vibrant night life.