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Palm Springs, Arcipelago & Hollywood Fests Screening Irish Projects

18 June 2010 1:34 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

The Palm Springs Short Fest, the Arcipelago Film Festival in Rome and the Feel Good Short Film Competition will screen Irish short films and documentaries this month. Eleven Irish short films have been officially selected for the Palm Springs International Shortfest which takes place in California from the 22nd to the 28th of June. The chosen projects include 'Moore Street Masala', 'Noreen' and 'Bye Bye Now'. The Arcipelago Rome Film Festival which runs between the 18th and 24th June and, this year, sees the inclusion of three Irish projects including 'Paradiso', a documentary produced by Margo Harkin and short films 'Dental Breakdown' from Ian Power and 'Jericho' from Liam Gavin. »

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Declan Cassidy Plans 'Do Not Pass Go'

2 June 2010 6:05 AM, PDT | IFTN | See recent IFTN news »

Declan Cassidy (Whatever Turns You On) is currently in development with 'Do Not Pass Go', a new feature from the pen of Irish writer Rodney Lee (Moore Street Masala). The comedy/drama is expected to start shooting in the late autumn of this year. Timesnap's latest feature, 'Do Not Pass Go' is an offbeat comedy/drama set in the concrete wasteland of an Irish industrial estate. It centres around a malcontent photocopy worker who falls in love with an Indian advertising executive across a backdrop of society's outsiders. The film will shoot late this autumn in Dublin, Louth and Meath and is to be lensed by Shane Tobin (Véronique). The film's cast members are Tbc. »

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