Friday September 18, 2020


Irish Film Institute (IFI), Temple Bar, Dublin, September 13–16

1st September, 2007

Irish Film Institute (IFI), Temple Bar, Dublin, September 13–16

Showcasing the best Irish and international documentary films, the Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival highlights the fact that ‘‘documentaries tap into humanity in all its vagaries in ways that drama can’t’’, according to festival director and independent film-maker James Kelly.

The festival is showing over 20 feature-length documentaries which Kelly says are ‘‘provocative, entertaining, heartbreaking, hilarious and . . ....

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