Catch the highlights from Day 4 of #ADIFF16 where legendary star of stage and screen Dame Angela Lansbury received her Volta Award from the Taoiseach, and was interviewed by Aedín Gormley of RTÉ Lyric FM’s Movies and Musicals at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre in Dublin.
Earlier in the day, twice oscar winning cinematographer Chris Menges (for The Mission and The Killing Fields) was giving a masterclass in association with Screentraining Ireland to Irish cinematographers in The Lir. Menges is festival mentor to ADIFF Discovery nominee JJ Rolfe, cinematographer of ADIFF shorts The Cherishing as well as Just Saying and Rockmount.
In Light House Cinema actor Barry Ward and director Declan Recks speak at the premiere of Irish Film The Truth Commissioner.
About the Audi Dublin International Film Festival:
The 2016 Festival features over 80 films from 27 countries, and welcomes over 40 guests to the capital over this 11day celebration of film.
The Dublin International Film Festival is sponsored by Audi, with principal funding from The Arts Council.
Key partners and funders include The Irish Film Board, hotel partner The Merrion Hotel, beverage sponsor Peroni Nastro Azzurro, retail partner Arnotts, print transport partner Wells Cargo, post-production partner Windmill Lane and media partners The Irish Times, RTÉ Supporting the Arts and Entertainment.ie.