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The Irish Film Festival kicks off on Thursday, March 20th and runs through March 23rd is features a number of documentaries, shorts and feature length films that will make you laugh, cry and applaud.
Irish Film Festival, Boston
This year’s festival will showcase an award-winning lineup of over thirty Irish feature films, shorts and documentaries.
You don’t want to miss this unique opportunity to experience the very best of contemporary Irish cinema. Tickets on sale and line-up online now.
Visit the Irish Film Festival’s website for more information about the films as well as to purchase tickets.
The Canal District and specifically the Perfect Game served as the host site for the kick off event for the 1st Annual Fall 2013 Film Festival by the Central Mass Film Festival (CMF2).
, which is located in the heart of the Canal District at 64 Water Street, was buzzing with excitement as filmmakers, directors, editors and actors gathered in the function room and mingled as club-like music played over the speakers. Perfect Game
The energy was very positive and attendees traveled from Maine, Providence, RI, Connecticut and Massachusetts.
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