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Social Pics: Audi Dublin International Film Festival 2017 Launch Party


by Niamh ODonoghue
19th Jan 2017
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Dublin’s Laughter Lounge was full to capacity for the launch party of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival 2017, which will take place from 16th February 2017 to 26th February 2017.

Festival Director Grainne Humphreys took to the stage to let film buffs in attendance know what films will be screened during this year’s festival, and also what actors are due in town for the annual event.?The world’s best films are coming to Audi Dublin International Film Festival with Vanessa Redgrave,?Nathalie Baye,?Kerry Fox,?Ross Noble,?Ben Wheatley and Anna Friel joining top Irish talent Jack Reynor, Moe Dunford, Cillian Murphy, John Butler?and Aiden Gillen?on the red carpet.

The 2017?programme rolls out the red carpet in cinemas right across the city?for a rich mix of new films from across the world accompanied by top International and Irish guest talent?will see tens of thousands of?Irish?film fans seek out new cinema experiences across the eleven’days and nights of the festival.

Tickets are on sale now and the digital?programme will be available to?browse and’download at: www.diff.ie

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