Monday May 25, 2020
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Peek at the future of Irish cinema

For the tenth year, First Cut! Youth Film Festival will showcase the work of the nation’s finest young filmmakers. From this Wednesday to Saturday the Mall Arts Centre, Youghal, and the Regal Cinema, Co Cork, will host workshops, panel discussions and talks with industry professionals and screen short films across all kinds of genres made by individuals, schools and youth groups. A new partnership with Cork Film Festival means a day of specially selected films...

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