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To mark its 50th birthday this year, the Cork Film Festival will focus on some of the key figures in early cinema. Film festival:

1st October, 2005

To mark its 50th birthday this year, the Cork Film Festival will focus on some of the key figures in early cinema. The festival will present the work of George Melies, a 19th century pioneer of moving pictures whose first film was screened in 1896. Cinematic classics are relived with screenings of Some Like it Hot and Raging Bull at a drive-in cinema in Cork's Show Grounds. Film festival:

Beloved Enemy (1936) is a black and...

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