Omg. I'm waiting for "Ain't nothin' wrong with bein' a little gay."

13th Annual Irish Film Festival

The 13th Annual Irish Film Festival, Boston, proudly supported by B.A. Event Promotions, showcased an award-winning lineup of Irish feature films, shorts and documentaries. The festival, which ran March 22-25, is a unique opportunity for American audiences to experience the very best of contemporary Irish cinema. Opening night of the Festival celebrated the U.S. premiere of Director Thaddeus O’Sullivan’s Stella Days, this year’s Director’s Choice Award recipient. The film Downpour, recipient of this year’s IFFB Award for Best Short Film, was also screened on opening night. Further highlights from the Festival include appearances by Director John McIlduff and actress Aoife Duffin at the U.S. premiere of Behold the Lamb, and the screening of Terry George’s The Shore, this year’s Academy Award winner for Best Short Film. The films were screened at The Brattle Theater in Cambridge and at The Somerville Theater.

Photos by Paddy Cashin

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