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Rathmullan Film Festival 2024

We're back - 15-18 February 2024! Book your tickets today. Established in 2017 and launched in 2018, the Rathmullan Film Festival is a volunteer-led, not-for-profit, participatory festival located in the seaside village of Rathmullan, Co. Donegal.

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Rathmullan Film Festival 2024
Rathmullan Film Festival 2024

Time & Location

15 Feb 2024, 10:00 – 18 Feb 2024, 22:00

Across different venues - see programme., Rathmullan And Ballyboe, Rathmullan, Co. Donegal, Ireland

About The Event

It's that time of the year again! The Rathmullan Film Festival is back!

Book early to avoid disappointment as events are likely to sell out/book out fast.

Join our Film Festival in February for four days of‭ ‬great film screenings‭, ‬from local films‭,‬‭ ‬documentaries‭, Irish shorts to new releases‭ ‬‭and old favourites‭, ‬as well as food‭ ‬and‭ ‬film experiences‭,‬‭ ‬industry talks‭, sports fun‭ ‬and ‬pub entertainment‭.‬

Click here to see the full programme brochure.

Tickets

  • SFX Effects Makeup Workshop

    SOLD OUT - 15 Feb | 10am -12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 10-15 years - Learn the secret to magical and monstrous makeovers with Anna Czajak (Anna's Cheeky Faces). Workshop sponsored by the Young Irish Film Makers.

    €5.00
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  • Screenprinting Workshop

    SOLD OUT - 15 Feb | 10am -12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 6-9 years - Join Rathullan's new screenprint studio, the Print Barn Folk, to handcraft, screenprint and make your own festival t-shirt & tote Bag to take home.

    €5.00
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  • Reel Donegal

    15 Feb | 2-4pm | SVP Centre - Take a trip down memory lane and enjoy local history with short films by Arthur Lynch and local filmmakers.

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  • Gala Night: Oscars Party

    SOLD OUT - 15 Feb | 6-7:30pm | Ray Community Centre - Join us for our very exciting Local Legends Oscars awards ceremony. Don your most fabulous super hero costume and celebrate our local heroes with a series of films made by pupils in St. Joseph’s N.S., St. Garvan’s N.S. and the local community. Tea, coffee and sweet treats for all. Family Ticket (€15) - sold out.

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  • Be the Star Craft Workshop

    16 Feb | 10am -12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 9+ years - A fun craft workshop where you will learn how to make a 3D paper star from recycled materials with Moira McHugh (Perfectly Thrifted Interiors). Workshop sponsored by the Young Irish Film Makers.

    €5.00
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  • Filmmaking Workshop

    16 Feb | 10am -12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 6-9 years - Unlock the magic of filmmaking with John D Ruddy who will help you turn your ideas into cinematic adventures.

    €5.00
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  • Nothing Compares

    16 Feb | 4-6pm | Mary Macs Bar - Watch Kathryn Ferguson’s beautiful tribute to the late Sinéad O'Connor. The documentary focuses on a six-year period (1987-1993) and reflects on the legacy of this fearless trailblazer (100min, 15A).

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  • Blending Wines Demystified

    16 Feb | 7:30pm | An Bonnán Buí - Indulge your senses at an evening of cinematic magic and exquisite flavors, where the documentary film Sour Grapes (J. Rothwell & R. Atlas, 2016, 91min, 15A) is paired with a blended wine experience with local wine expert Janette Devlin. The film looks at a wine fraudster Rudy Kurniawan who conned investors out of millions of dollars. **Wine Tasting Experience is included in the ticket price.**

    €30.00
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  • Frida Fridays Movie Quiz Night

    16 Feb | 7pm | An Stad - Quizzes to test the most seasoned film buffs with prizes for the winners. The Fridas (Carol Wilson and Sinead Gallagher) will be hosting an evening of film music with the guest appearance of pianist Niall Carruthers. A drinks and food menu will be available

    €5.00
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  • Flipbook Animation

    SOLD OUT - 17 Feb | 10am -12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 6-9 years - Dive into the art of storytelling frame by frame with John D. Ruddy and create your own flipbook animated film.

    €5.00
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  • Stunt Acting Workshop

    17 Feb | 10am -12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | 10-15 years - Unleash your inner action hero and master the art of thrilling stunts with Eddie Mohan and Roisin Patton Mohan. Roll, jump, and punch and bring your on-screen daring feats to life! Workshop sponsored by the Young Irish Film Makers.

    €5.00
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  • Smartphone Filmmaking (Adults)

    17 Feb | 10am -12pm | St Joseph’s N.S. | Adults - Do you have a good story to tell but don’t know how? Learn how to turn your smartphone into a documentary tool at our hands-on workshop with Póca Productions.

    €5.00
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  • Kickboxing Class

    17 Feb | 12:30-1:30pm | St. Joseph’s N.S. - An afternoon of family fun not to be missed. Join Mayhem Martial Arts as they offer an hour of kickboxing lessons for kids (5+) and adults.

    €7.00
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  • INSPIRE EVENT

    FULLY BOOKED - 17 February | 11am-5.30pm | Rathmullan House - Step into the world of filmmaking at our inspiring industry event which includes: Masterclasses with David Stevens (The Bothy), TV producer Paul Crompton, and Carrie Bonner & John McDaid (Dog Ears Animation). Screening of short films made by film students from Loreto Letterkenny, Atlantic Technological University and Cinematic Arts University of Ulster. Event sponsored by Screen Ireland.

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  • Sounds of Heritage

    17 Feb | 7-9.30pm | Rathmullan Presbyterian Church - Celebrate Donegal’s rich storytelling and music traditions with the premiere of ‘What’s the Story’ short films, screening of Fiddler on the Road (1972, 40min, G) and live music by Carol Wilson, Sinead Gallagher and local guest musicians. The documentary film follows John Doherty's travels and explores the Doherty family's place in the musical traditions of the countryside. Event sponsored by Northern Ireland Screen.

    €10.00
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  • Film Treasure Hunt

    18 Feb | 12-2pm | Beachcomber Beergarden - Embark on a cinematic adventure with our Film Treasure Hunt around the village! Grab a map, follow the trail of movie magic and discover unexpected corners and local history. All ages are welcome! Pre-booking is required (Just 1 ticket per group).

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  • Colmcille - An Naomh Dána

    18 Feb | 2–3pm | Rathmullan Presbyterian Church - Screening of documentary film Colmcille - An Naomh Dána (A. Gallimore, 2021, 59min, G), about one of Ireland and Scotland's most important saints, St Columba. The screening will be introduced by members of the Colmcille Gospel Choir.

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  • North x Northwest on Screen

    18 Feb | 4-6:30pm | Ray Community Centre - Wrap up the festival with a screening of short films celebrating the filmmaking scene in the north and northwest, followed by refreshments and a panel discussion featuring Pierce Boyce (Abu Media) and filmmakers who will talk about film production in Donegal and cross-border collaborations. The event is sponsored by the National Talent Academy Film & TV.

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