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IAC Film Series: A Prayer for the Wind Horse
 

 
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Irish Arts Center
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Irish Arts Center
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Directed and Filmed by John MurrayThe Wind Horse is a mythical Tibetan creature that combines the power of the wind and the strength of the horse to carry prayers from Earth to the Gods. Every year, it is called on by villagers living on the Tibet-Nepal border to give them the courage . . .

IAC Film Series: Double Feature
 

 
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Irish Arts Center
Producer: ( Irish Arts Center)
Irish Arts Center
City: New York

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If You Like It Then You Should Be Able To Put A Ring On It2010, 15 minDirected by Cara Holmes and Ciara KennedyStand Up: My Best Friend2010, 40 minDirected by Maurice LinnaneCombining voiceovers and interviews with footage from rallies, photo montages, and animation, If . . .

IAC Film Series: The Man Who Shot Beckett
 

 
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Irish Arts Center
Producer: ( Irish Arts Center)
Irish Arts Center
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Directed by David Bickley |2008From Soho in London to St Germain du Pres in Paris, and on to Athy, County Kildare, The Man Who Shot Beckett charts the remarkable artistic journey of acclaimed Irish photographer John Minihan, and the surprising friendship that blossomed with Nobel . . .

Oíche Shamhna
 
Celebrate Halloween with the Irish Arts Center!
 
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Irish Arts Center
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Irish Arts Center
City: New York

Additional Notes:
Join the IRISH ARTS CENTER for an afternoon of tales about púcas and fairies, crafts including turnip carving, and traditional Irish Halloween games. Fun for the whole family!

Sundays at Seven
 
It's a grand night out-Don't miss it!!
 
Venue: ( Irish Arts Center)
Irish Arts Center
Producer: ( Irish Arts Center)
Irish Arts Center
City: New York

Additional Notes:
For just over six years, Sundays at Seven has hosted some of New York's best comics and musicians on the second Sunday of every month! Born out of the IAC's Sunday Night Cabaret which saw the early development of the play Celtic Tiger Me Arse--subsequently produced by the IRISH ARTS CENTER . . .

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