From Wednesday July 29 through the August Bank Holiday Weekend the Cork Film Festival is bringing a series of films to an open-air cinema in Fitgerald Park in Cork City.
Called Films at Fitzy’s, the cinema will show classic movies starting with Amelie on July 29th. That will be followed by acclaimed Northern Irish rock-biopic Good Vibrations on July 30th.
The Academy Award nominated, and The Irish Film and Television Academy (IFTA) is an all-Ireland organisation with a Membership of 1,240 individuals across 14 Chapters of Discipline. award-winning, animation Song of the Sea will have its Irish language premiere on July 31st, with classic horror An American Werewolf in London on August 1st, film noir The Third Man on August 2nd, and the iconic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off on August 3rd.
The films will begin each night shortly after dusk at approximately 10pm with tickets costing €5, and available now via the Cork Film Festival website.
Fitzgerald Park is located just minutes away from Cork City centre, on the picturesque bank of the river Lee and spans approximately eighteen acres with swings & slides, manicured gardens and Cork Public Museum located at its centre.