A special cocktail night is about to take place in the most expensive city in the world.
But while you are getting ready to have your big day, you may want to keep an eye out for a handful of local independent cinema productions that have been making waves in Ireland for years.
If you are looking for something that is a little more subtle and fun, a couple of new productions have made a splash over the past few years.
There are now more than 50 Irish independent cinemas, all with a focus on different genres.
Here are the best places to start.
The Irish Independent Cinema CompanyA great way to see a few local productions in action is to watch the company’s annual Irish Independent Film Awards.
The annual awards showcase the best independent films and films from the region that don’t get a lot of recognition.
These films often feature local talent in the film industry.
It also gives the audience an opportunity to watch a film that is not only well-received by the public but also by some of the industry’s top talent.
There are currently six awards available for film, including Best Original Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design and Best Sound Design.
Each year, a panel of judges pick their top nominees and the winners are announced on March 15.
The best of the awards are chosen by a panel that includes the likes of actor Peter Gallagher and writer Jona Byrne.
The award winners receive a special award that is presented to the best film and the best script in Ireland, as well as the best visual effects.
If a production is nominated for the award, the production will be shown in the cinemas in the year ahead.
It’s worth noting that some of these are limited to a few days.
It could be a month, two months or even a year, so you’ll have to be patient if you’re planning to attend the event.
There is also a chance to see an event that has been chosen for the awards, like the annual Dublin Film Festival.
The festival, held every October, brings together more than 120 films from all over the world for the public to see.
There is a lot to see, from indie dramas to classics like The Hunger Games.
There also are screenings for children and adults, and the festival will be broadcast on Irish television.
The Dublin Independent Film Festival is the biggest festival in Ireland and also one of the largest film festivals in the whole of the world, attracting more than 70,000 film enthusiasts from all across the world every year.
The awards ceremony takes place in Dublin, and is open to the public.
There’s also a film festival for young people in the city called The Young Screen.
The event features more than 60 films from local talent.
The films are screened on screens and in theaters around the city, and there is also free admission for the younger age groups.
There will also be an international film festival, the International Film Festival, which takes place each May in Lisbon, Portugal.
This year, there are some 10 international films, and a selection of short films will be presented.
The International Film Festivals are held in Lisbon each year.
There will be more than 30 films in the festival, and you can find a full list of films at the International Filmmaking site.
The local film scene is also home to the festival of international films and the Cannes Film Festival in France.
The Cannes Film festival is the largest and most prestigious film festival in Europe, with over 20 films from 20 countries competing for a coveted prize of $100,000.
There’s also the annual Festival International Film Awards, which features over 50 films from around the world and is hosted in Cannes.
The international festival is held in Barcelona each year, and features over 70 films.
There was also the International Short Film Festival (ISF), which was held in Madrid each year and saw the largest short film festival ever.
There have also been festivals for women’s cinema, which is the main industry in the Irish independent film industry, as the International Women’s Film Festival was held last year.
The festivals in Portugal, Italy, Spain, France and other countries have become a source of pride for many Irish independent filmmakers.
The festivals showcase a variety of independent films, with the best international films in every category.
The best short films are selected for the International Directors Film Festival and are then screened at a variety film festivals around the globe.
The next event will be the International Festival of Short Film in London in October, which will feature over 20 short films from more than 150 filmmakers.
The festival is open all year, from February through October.
There were some major announcements at the 2017 Dublin Independent Cinema Festival.
On Saturday, February 25, a screening of The Dark Tower was held at the Ballymore Film Centre in Dublin.
The Dark Tower will be screened at the 2016 Independent Film Ireland Festival on April 16, which was also a special event at the venue.
There were also screenings