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The Jazz is over – the Film’s about to begin

9th January, 2015

This month, the 2014 Cork Film Festival celebrates the best of contemporary world cinema across three categories: feature films, documentaries and shorts, with films to entertain all audiences.

Charlie’s Country, directed by Rolf de Heer, opens the festival and stars Australian indigenous actor David Gulpilil, who won the best actor prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Charlie is misunderstood by an indifferent and paternalistic white society and takes off...

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