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Scott R. Larson





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My Film Festival Journals…

My 2017 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Back again to the annual celebration of cinema in the city on the Corrib

My 2016 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

My dip in and out of the premier summer film event in the northern hemisphere

My 2015 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Not even a drive-by, more of a walkabout, of the best annual event west of the Shannon

My 2014 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

In and out and in to Galway’s best summer event not featuring horses

My 2014 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Journal

My 32-hour hit and run of the Irish capital’s premier film event

My 2013 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

The West of Ireland’s summer film extravaganza marks a quarter-century in unaccustomed warmth and sunshine

My 2012 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Six days of movie immersion in Ireland’s wild west

My 2012 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Journal

A two-and-half-day taste of Ireland’s biggest film fest

My 2011 Corona Cork Film Festival Journal

A two-day drive-by of one of my favorite film fests

My 2011 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Journal

Another two-day drive-by of Ireland’s capital film fest

My 2010 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Six days of movie-watching orgy on the banks and shores of the Corrib

My 2010 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Journal

My triumphant return drive-by of Ireland’s biggest film fest

My 2009 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

The water levels are rising, must be time for a film fest in Galway

My 2008 Corona Cork Film Festival Journal

Another great eight days of film viewing in Rebel country

My 2008 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

To paraphrase Mark Twain, the coldest film festival I ever spent was a July in Galway

My 2007 Cork Film Festival Journal

Headin’ south for eight days of Corona cerveza-sponsored film festing

My 2007 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Can’t consume the water but there’s six whole days of drinking up movies

My 2007 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Journal

This year, three whole days drive-by of the Ireland’s largest film fest

My 2006 Cork Film Festival Journal

Swimming upstream through the watery byways of the Venice of the West

My 2006 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

For me, “marching season” means marching into Galway for six days to watch movies

My 2006 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival Journal

Another two-day drive-by of the Ireland’s largest film fest

My 2005 Cork Film Festival Journal

A week of cinema, long and short, old and new, in the heart of Rebel country

My 2005 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Connaught’s climate in July is ideal for six days of watching films indoors

My 2004 Cork Film Festival Journal

Munster’s climate in October is ideal for going indoors to watch films

My 2004 Dublin International Film Festival Journal

A three-day drive-by of DIFF No. 2

My 2003 Cork Film Festival Journal

The southernmost European film festival I have ever attended in a city beginning with C

My 2003 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Another six days of wallowing in film in the west of Ireland

My 2003 Dublin International Film Festival Journal

A two-day drive-by of Dublin’s brand new film fest

My 2002 Cork Film Festival Journal

Eight days on the Lee, seeing twenty-one features, one documentary and twelve shorts

My 2002 Irish Reels Film & Video Festival Journal

The Emerald City toasts cinema from the Emerald Isle

My 2001 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Six days of cinema and pub crawling in Ireland’s City of the Tribes

My 2001 Seattle International Film Festival Journal

Who needs Cannes in the springtime?

My 2001 Irish Reels Film & Video Festival Journal

Four jam-packed days more features, documentaries and shorts illuminating the real Ireland

My 2000 Seattle International Film Festival Journal

This year emphasizing quality over quantity

My 2000 Irish Reels Film & Video Festival Journal

“It isn’t Riverdance and it isn’t Sundance”: Five evenings of features, documentaries and shorts in the Emerald City by filmmakers of the Emerald Isle

My 1999 Seattle International Film Festival Journal

Fifty-three feature films, four documentaries and thirteen shorts seen during the twenty-five days of the silver anniversary edition of the Emerald City’s fabulous film fest

My 1998 Edinburgh International Film Festival Journal

Ten feature films, one documentary, two shorts and one evening with a Monty Python alumnus turned director, experienced over a six-day period in Scotland’s capital

My 1998 Galway Film Fleadh Journal

Fourteen feature films, six documentaries and two shorts seen during six days in Ireland’s City of the Tribes

My 1998 Women in Cinema Journal

Fourteen feature films, two documentaries and fourteen shorts seen during seven days in Seattle

My 1997 Cork International Film Festival Journal

Sixteen of the features and four of the shorts shown in Cork

My 1997 Seattle International Film Festival Journal

Eighty-seven features and thirteen shorts in 24 days; what was I thinking?!

My 1996 Seattle International Film Festival Journal

Eighty-six features and twelve shorts

My 1995 Seattle International Film Festival Journal

Seventy feature films, six documentaries and two mini-series

My 1987 Seattle International Film Festival Journal

“Lost” reviews of 62 features, 5 documentaries and 21 shorts: see how all this movie commentary stuff began