The 62nd Cork Film Festival Opens Tonight
The 62nd Cork Film Festival is to open tonight with a festive treat
The opening gala night features the Irish premiere of The Man Who Invented Christmas at The Everyman.
Downton Abbey's Dan Stevens stars as Charles Dickens in the comedy-drama on how the famed novel "A Christmas Carol" was created.
Ireland's first and largest film festival runs until November 19th and boasts 115 feature films, 34 documentaries and 116 shorts.
The opening weekend will present premieres, thought-provoking documentaries, and fun family films.
Full details of the programme and tickets can be found by clicking on corkfilmfest.org.
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