Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci and Steve McQueen -VMDIFF

Colin Firth, Stanley Tucci and Steve McQueenVirgin Media Dublin International Film Festival
3-14 March | diff.ie

The Dublin Film Festival is generally one of the most exciting events of the year, with a multitude of stars visiting our shores along with some great films you wouldn’t get the chance to see otherwise! This year, as you would expect, things are a bit different. The festival has taken the wise decision of being fully online, so you can see some great films in the comfort and safety of our own home!

While it will never beat the cinema, we hope to be back there next year, fully vaccinated! The line up has just been announced, and you can see the full line up here. The opening film is Supernova starring Stanley Tucci and Colin Firth. The press screening was before Christmas as it’s as sad and soulful as the trailer below hints at.

“Tucci and Firth will also return to the Festival for a post-show discussion after the Virgin Media Opening Gala presentation of moving drama Supernova, joined by director Harry Macqueen.


Shining a spotlight on some of our amazing domestic film talent, the Irish selection includes Rachel Carey’s deliciously dark comedy Deadly Cuts as this year’s Virgin Media Closing Gala; Cathal Nally’s gangster comedy Be Good or Be Gone, Ivan Kavanagh’s much anticipated Son; Tadgh O’Sullivan’s acclaimed To the Moon; Piotr Domalewski’s moving exploration of the Polish/Irish experience I Never Cry, and wickedly funny horror The Boys from County Hellfrom Chris Baugh.”




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