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Irish Screen America

Irish Screen America

Presented by Glucksman Ireland House NYU
in association with Irish Arts Center

September 30 – October 2

at NYU Cantor Film Center, 36 East 8th Street, New York, NY 10003

Ireland's national treasure and accidental activist Miss Panti Bliss will attend Irish Screen America 2016 for the New York Premiere of Queen Of Ireland, the witty incisive documentary following Miss Bliss during the lead up to the historic same-sex marriage referendum in Ireland. There will be a Q & A with Director Conor Horgan to follow.

In addition, Irish stars Seána Kerslake and Nika McGuigan will attend the World Premiere of Irish TV's brand new hit comedy series Can't Cope, Won't Cope, featuring a Q&A with Director Cathy Brady to follow. Also showing will be the best of Irish Shorts, a shorts showcase of Irish Filmmaking talent in NYC and the hit Irish films Tiger Raid (Tribeca) and Mammal (Sundance).

The annual Irish Screen America Film Festival showcases the best in contemporary Irish media with screenings, industry panels, discussions, and master classes in the two largest cities for the entertainment industry in the United States – New York and Los Angeles.

For more information visit www.irishscreenamerica.com.




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