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The Mystery of Green Hill

20th May 2018 | Dublin

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Venue Cineworld, Parnell Street
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Tickets €8.10
Times Sunday 20th May: 1pm

Koko and his friends are spending their summer vacation on the shores of a lake near the idyllic Green Hill. Soon the magical countryside is disturbed by unusual events: under the cover of night, burglars break into one house after another, stealing anything valuable they can find. When the police turn a blind eye, the kids decide to take matters into their own hands and unmask the burglars.

Based on the book series by Ivan Kusan The Mystery of Green Hill is an action-packed adventure for teens that pays homage in tone and style to classics such as Stand By Me and The Goonies.

Dir: Cejen Cernic – Croatia – 2017 – 81 mins – Age: 12+ – in Croatian with English Subtitles

Just Charlie + Director Q&A with Rebekah Fortune

20th May 2018 | Dublin

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Venue Cineworld, Parnell Street
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Tickets €8.10
Times Sunday 20th May: 1:15pm

Director Rebekah Fortune will be presenting the film and taking part in a post-screening Q&A.

Football is Charlie’s joy. When he has the ball at his feet, he can make magic happen - a gift that many teenage boys only dream of. Now the opportunity for Charlie to play professionally has come along and it looks like he will be able to succeed where his father could not. But Charlie has a secret, a secret locked in his heart. Now, with his future seemingly mapped out, the secret cannot stay hidden any longer. Charlie’s decision to reveal the truth tears his once united family apart and puts his friends in turmoil. No-one is quite sure of themselves or each other anymore and the road back to harmony is paved with obstacles, prejudices and confusion.

Dir: Rebekah Fortune – UK – 2017 – 97 mins – Age: 15+ – in English

Comic Book Making with Davy Francis and the Comic Book Guys

20th May 2018 | Dublin

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Venue Liffey Trust Studios
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Tickets €20
Times Sunday 20th May: 2pm

Want to learn how to make your own comic? Join artist Davy Francis and the Comic book Guys as they invite participants to devise their very own comic strip. You will develop your own characters, worlds and storylines in this fun and creative workshop.

Davy Francis is a cartoonist, caricaturist and comic artist from Belfast with a style that tends towards whimsical humour. Best known for his work on Holy Cross, Oink! and 2000AD, he was part of the first flowering of small press comics in Belfast in the 1970s contributing to the Belfast People's Comic and self-publishing his own comic books

Established in 2014, Comic Book Guys is Northern Ireland’s largest independent comic book store based in the heart of Belfast. Inspired by a passion for all things comics and a desire to create a comic book store like no other with a unique, infectious atmosphere, Comic Book Guys was founded by comic book fans for comic book fans. The store specialises in everything from old and new comics to toys, figures, movie memorabilia & other collectibles. Excelsior!

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