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CRAIC LGBT FILM FESTIVAL
Best of Shorts

$15 in advance /
$20 at the door

CraicFest presents
4th Annual Craic Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Best of Shorts

in association with Irish Arts Center and the GAZE International LGBT Film Festival

Friday, June 27 | 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Tullamore Dew & Stella Artois reception 9 pm -10:30 pm

Do not miss the 4th Annual CGLFF (Best of Shorts)

Craic Gay & Lesbian Film Festival is held in conjunction with the Irish Arts Center & the GAZE film festival from Dublin. Enjoy the best of Irish gay & lesbian short films and stay for a fun after party sponsored by Tullamore Dew Irish Whiskey and Stella Artois.

FEATURING

Mums & Dad
Directed by Dara deFaoite

Barry’s Bespoke Bakery
Directed by Denis McArdle

Our Love Is History
Directed by Caroline Campbell 

Waiting For You
Directed by Lisa Fingleton 

Special bonus screening of
The Missing Scarf
Nominated for Best Oscar short Animation 2014

For further information contact; 646-549-1349 or www.thecraicfest.com

 

 



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