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Friday 15 December 2017

FFF MOVIE lovers will be flocking to Dun Laoghaire this weekend for the 5th Underground Cinema Film Festival. Running until September 14, the festival will feature a host of homegrown talent and a large selection of shorts from around the world.

FFF MOVIE lovers will be flocking to Dun Laoghaire this weekend for the 5th Underground Cinema Film Festival. Running until September 14, the festival will feature a host of homegrown talent and a large selection of shorts from around the world.

The event will open today with A Nightingale Falling from directors Garret Daly and Martina McGlynn and will close with Jeff Doyle's Jack and Ralph Plan a Murder. Tickets are on sale now at www.ucff.ie.

FFF MODEL mum Pippa O'Connor will be donning her racy hat to help judge the Chic Boutique Ladies Day at the Listowel Harvest Racing Festival on September 19.

With a prize fund valued at €9,000, the afternoon is expected to entice hundreds of fashionistas to vie for the title. Kerry man Daithi O Se will choose the best dressed winner. For more information visit www.listowelraces.ie.

FFF FANS of Hollywood heartthrob Josh Hartnett will be pleased to hear that the American actor will return to Irish shores this weekend to start filming the second season of Sky hit Penny Dreadful.

The series, which contributed €33m to the Irish economy in terms of spend on local jobs and services during the filming of the first season, will again be filmed entirely in Ireland.

Stars Eva Green and Timothy Dalton are expected to be spotted around the city in between shooting scenes. Season two will air in 2015.

FFF THE comedy crew gathered at Alfie Byrne's in the Conrad Hotel last night for the Dublin launch of the Vodafone Comedy Carnival Galway.

Attendees included Karl Spain, Ardal O'Hanlon and David O'Doherty. The festival takes place from October 16 to 27.

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