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September 12 2014

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where Gallery of Photography, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
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when Until 21 September

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University of Ulster MFA Graduate Exhibition

This is the only reason I know I'm getting older. Year after year, I visit it and wish I had a creative talent. Alas, it isn't so, and you leave the exhibition feeling happy-sad that beauty is in such safe hands. Two Le Cool contributing photographers, Des Moriarty and Oliver Smith, are showing in this year's crop of MFA graduates. Des' project is a primary-plastic hued examination of processed food. It's gross, but shiny and fun, like a fifties themed diner. Oliver has gone into battle, documenting the youth of today in a pure, non-judgemental form, creating mist in the midst of the party. Leading commercial photographer Simon Burch has stretched his fine art chops with a US-based project, and Johnny Savage creates beauty out of dereliction. Bursting with Irish photographic talent, the Belfast course is earning its reputation as the course that separates the wheat from the chaff, so all the more reason to check it out. / Kate Coleman

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September 21 2014

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where Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle, Dublin 2.
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when 1:30pm

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Ek Tha Tiger

It is one of the oldest and largest film industries in the world and this week it stretches far beyond Mumbai to our very own College Green, with a screening of the first Bollywood film to be shot in Dublin. To mark the fifth year of the Indian Film Festival, Yash Chopra’s Ek Tha Tiger marks the unique artistic collaboration between Ireland and India and celebrates the rich and historic film cultures present in both motherlands. Partly shot in Trinity College, the film and festival as a whole promotes Ireland as a location for Indian cinema and in turn Indian cinema to an Irish audience. In days of fast-paced digital downloads and trickled out trailers, the emergence of Indian cinema in Dublin brings a feeling of old school cinema to the fore, considering the shrinking nature of the industry. / Claire Mullane

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