Film, Art & Animation

Close up detail of a ceramic statute of a women by Christy Keeney

Christy Keeney – Ceramics In the Window

Impressive display of Christy Keeney’s ceramics at the Bluecoat Display Centre shown ‘In the Window’ as part of the Liverpool Irish Festival

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Lóistín imeasc na rónta (detail only) (c) Deidre McKenna (web)

An Béal Bocht: A reflection (print exhibition)

An exceptional print exhibit from Irish artist Deidre McKenna based on the novel An Béal Bocht/The Poor Mouth, at the Florrie as part of LivIrishFest2017

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Lóistín imeasc na rónta (detail only) (c) Deidre McKenna (web) 19Oct

An Béal Bocht: A reflection (exhibition launch)

An exceptional print exhibit from Irish artist Deidre McKenna based on the novel An Béal Bocht/The Poor Mouth, at the Florrie as part of LivIrishFest2017

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Male looks out at skyscrapers of a metropolis on a bight, cloud free day. Lead film image 19Oct

Coming Home (Documentary film)

Five years in the making, Coming Home is a documentary that charts the dreams and histories of five Irish immigrants, from their locations on four continents

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20Oct

Song of Love

Song of Love is an art installation that celebrates our ability to commune with nature and sound’s heavenly effects on our souls, bodies and voice as part of LivIrishFest2017

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Uncle John and Aunt Mary, After The Dance (c) Daisy Asquith 21Oct

After the Dance

Daisy Asquith’s documentary follows her mother’s story of adoption, tracing her genealogical line back to Kilkee (Co Clare).

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21Oct

Song of Love

Song of Love is an art installation that celebrates our ability to commune with nature and sound’s heavenly effects on our souls, bodies and voice as part of LivIrishFest2017

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CAFc still from Fish Curry 22Oct

Celtic Animation Film Festival

The Celtic Animation Film Festival showcases animated films from those submitted to this year’s inaugural competition. Organised by Kate Corbin and Eleonora Asparuhova, with support from and in partnership with the Liverpool Irish Festival.

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23Oct

IndieCork presents Best New Irish Short Films 2017

An evening of contemporary short films premiered at IndieCork in Oct 2017 have their first UK outing at LivIrishFest2017.

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Still detail from Marky's Bad Week (c) Daniel Holmwood 24Oct

IndieCork considers IN:Visible Women

A selection of contemporary short films direct from IndieCork 2017 that reflect on the theme of In:Visible Women, in partnership with LivIrishFest2017.

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Handmade posters and pamphlets made up of collages (c) Grace Edwards 25Oct

Collage Workshop: Spread the Word and Repeal the 8th

Through the medium of collage, attendees will make handmade booklets and posters to photocopy and distribute amongst friends, whilst discussing what UK citizens can do to help people seeking abortions in Ireland.

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Promotional, illustrated still from The Secret of Kells featuring two characters on a tree 25Oct

The Secret of Kells: Empty Spaces Cinema at the Handyman Supermarket

Join Empty Spaces Cinema at The Handyman Supermarket for a pop-up film festival celebrating Irish cinema with a mixture of movies that look at Irish life

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Promotional still from the film, The Irish Pub 25Oct

The Irish Pub: Empty Spaces Cinema at the Handyman Supermarket

Join Empty Spaces Cinema at The Handyman Supermarket for a pop-up film festival celebrating Irish cinema with a mixture of movies that look at Irish life

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A promptional still from the film I Am Belfast featuring a women, hair back in a bun and wearing a dark coat, stood before a large, light rock formation 25Oct

I am Belfast: Empty Spaces Cinema at the Handyman Supermarket

Join Empty Spaces Cinema at The Handyman Supermarket for a pop-up film festival celebrating Irish cinema with a mixture of movies that look at Irish life

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Everton Magic Sponge (c) Ken Grant 27Oct

“No, that’s my uncle”

Whilst Ken Grant was showing his photographs to a community group in Dublin is the early 1990s, a woman became convinced that she knew the people in the picture as close relatives. She was wrong.

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