Sep 28 2013

BRITISH & IRISH FILM FEST

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The British and Irish Film Season gets under way this week with an excitingly eclectic programme of new films from the isles.

This year’s programme features a slew of new films from established directors and from emerging new talent.
For instance, this week there is a chance to see the long-awaited Neil Jordan vampire drama Byzantium, starring Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arteton (photo) and Sam Riley; Shan Khan’s London thriller Honour, starring the excellent Paddy Considine, about a family ordering the honour killing of their daughter; Irish recession comedy Life’s A Breeze; family drama Run & Jump; romantic film industry comedy The Callback Queen; and real life motor sports drama Rush.
On Monday at Utopolis there is also the premier of Irish-Luxembourg production Love Eternal, Brendan Muldowney’s adaptation of Kei Oishi novel In Love With The Dead.
In addition, on Thursday BIFS is hosting its first short-film evening featuring a number of films made in Ireland.
There is also a competition for young aspiring journalists to write a review of any film at the festival.

Ciné Utopia, ave du Faïencerie, Luxembourg-Limpertsberg
Utopolis, ave JF Kennedy, Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Ciné Belval, ave du Rock’n’Roll, Esch-Belval

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SOURDE: http://delano.lu

The British and Irish Film Season gets under way this week with an excitingly eclectic programme of new films from the isles.

This year’s programme features a slew of new films from established directors and from emerging new talent.
For instance, this week there is a chance to see the long-awaited Neil Jordan vampire drama Byzantium, starring Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Arteton (photo) and Sam Riley; Shan Khan’s London thriller Honour, starring the excellent Paddy Considine, about a family ordering the honour killing of their daughter; Irish recession comedy Life’s A Breeze; family drama Run & Jump; romantic film industry comedy The Callback Queen; and real life motor sports drama Rush.
On Monday at Utopolis there is also the premier of Irish-Luxembourg production Love Eternal, Brendan Muldowney’s adaptation of Kei Oishi novel In Love With The Dead.
In addition, on Thursday BIFS is hosting its first short-film evening featuring a number of films made in Ireland.
There is also a competition for young aspiring journalists to write a review of any film at the festival.

Ciné Utopia, ave du Faïencerie, Luxembourg-Limpertsberg
Utopolis, ave JF Kennedy, Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Ciné Belval, ave du Rock’n’Roll, Esch-Belval

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