IRISH FILM FESTIVAL 2019 – interview with Enda Murray

by GREG KING

irish film festival 2019, community event, fun things to do, cinema goers, movie buffs, foreign films, international movies, night life, date night, opening night film event, float like a butterfly, a lifetime of stories, documentaries, chauvel cinema paddington, the camino voyage, unquiet graves, captain morten and the spider queen, the lonely battle of thomas reid, metal heart, the drummer nd the keeper, dublin oldschool, between land and sea, short film winners screening, no party for billy burns, gaze, lgbtqi plus short film screening, kino cinema melbourne
irish film festival 2019, community event, fun things to do, cinema goers, movie buffs, foreign films, international movies, night life, date night, opening night film event, float like a butterfly, a lifetime of stories, documentaries, chauvel cinema paddington, the camino voyage, unquiet graves, captain morten and the spider queen, the lonely battle of thomas reid, metal heart, the drummer nd the keeper, dublin oldschool, between land and sea, short film winners screening, no party for billy burns, gaze, lgbtqi plus short film screening, kino cinema melbourne

Now in its fifth year the Irish Film Festival returns to Melbourne and Sydney with a packed program of contemporary Irish cinema. The Irish Film Festival offers audiences a glimpse into Irish culture, and features a mix of dramas, coming of age stories, short films and documentaries. There will be a couple of special guests to introduce their films and attend Q&A sessions. In Melbourne the Irish Film Festival screens at Kino Cinemas from May 9-12. Greg spoke to the festival’s artistic director Enda Murray to find out more about this year’s program

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