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Pre-St. Pat's fest shows Irish films

7 March 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The American Cinematheque is presenting a series highlighting new films from Ireland to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Irish Film Board. The New Irish Cinema series runs from March 14-17 at the Egyptian in Hollywood and includes six feature films and documentaries from new Irish directors as well as a short-film program. The festival leads off with the Aidan Quinn starrer Song for a Raggy Boy, director Aisling Walsh's searing portrait of life in an Irish reform school. Other films featured in the festival include drama The Mapmaker from director Johnny Gogan and the romantic comedy Goldfish Memory from Liz Gill. The series also includes two documentaries: Alan Gilsenan's The Ghost of Roger Casement, examining the case of a knighted Irishman who was executed by the British in 1916 on charges of treason, and Kim Bartley and Donnacha O'Briain's The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, an insider's portrait of the recent coup attempt against Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez. Other highlights include a special shorts program and a closing-night St. Patrick Day's Party with the new Irish comedy Mystics from director David Blair. »

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