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JDIFF ’15 Launch At Dublin Academy


By IMAGE
26th Feb 2015
JDIFF ’15 Launch At Dublin Academy

jack reynor and aisling franciosi at JDIFF launch

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Yesterday was a big day for JDIFF. Sarah Greene and Jack Reynor officially launched the festival at a morning press event, confirming the attendance of Julie Andrews, Russell Crowe and plenty more familiar faces to these emerald shores. Then it was time to party at Dublin’s Academy, during which the Jameson whiskey and gingerale was flowing, while Ireland’s leading film critics mingled in anticipation of another brilliant festival. Festival director and super impressive female, Grainne Humphreys, was on hand as always to welcome everyone before handing the mike over to Jack Reynor and his Grassland director Gerard Barrett.

Browse our social shots above!

JDIFF 2015, it’s going to be a big one.

@CarolineForan