The third iffy Short Film Festival will be held on Saturday 6th July at 7pm in the Pearse Centre Theatre, Dublin 2. This bite-sized film festival has a carefully curated selection of short films that will engage and entertain, with films to suit all manner of palates.

Creating an atmosphere where people feel comfortable to mingle over the course of the evening is important for the organisers.

Short-films are a bite-sized treat that should not be rushed, but savoured. We create an easily digestible programme of shorts and give plenty of time to meet some new people and chat over what you have you seen”. To this end, the evening has a programme that’s no longer than an average feature film. There is even has an intermission to continue enjoying your glass of wine on the terrace.

We don’t base the selection of films on one theme, but from what emerges from the submissions. We are proud to be able to continue this with the third iffy.

Duncan McKenna, Festival Director

iffy is a recently established festival based in Dublin city-centre seeking to fill, in some small way, the gap in the Irish film community that is left in the wake of the closure of Filmbase.

For less than the cost of a ticket to the cinema, iffy will bring you a selection of cinematic treats and kicks off with a free wine reception to mingle with the filmmakers.

Duncan McKenna, Festival Director

iffy is an evening of short film being held on Saturday 6th July at the Pearse Centre Theatre, 27 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Doors open at 7pm and the evening starts with a free wine reception. Tickets are €10 and available at iffy.ie or at the door. 

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