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The opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast. Actor Marty McCann's family, Chloe, Donna, Kim and Mary Anne McCann

The opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast. Actor Marty McCann's family, Chloe, Donna, Kim and Mary Anne McCann

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Left to right.  Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film and Terri Hooley pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Left to right. Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film and Terri Hooley pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Left to right.  Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film, co-director Glenn Leyburn, Terri Hooley and co-director Lisa Barros D'Sa pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Left to right. Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film, co-director Glenn Leyburn, Terri Hooley and co-director Lisa Barros D'Sa pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Caroline Fleck and Carey McKee

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Caroline Fleck and Carey McKee

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Nuala McErlane and Sarah Robinson

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Nuala McErlane and Sarah Robinson

Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012former lord mayor cllr tom hartley with kate turner

Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012former lord mayor cllr tom hartley with kate turner

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Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012film festival chairman brian henry martin and festival director michele devlin

Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012film festival chairman brian henry martin and festival director michele devlin

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Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012terri hooley pictured with film directors glenn leyburn and lisa barros D'Sa from the new film 'good vibrations'

Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012terri hooley pictured with film directors glenn leyburn and lisa barros D'Sa from the new film 'good vibrations'

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Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012terri hooley pictured with film directors glenn leyburn and lisa barros D'Sa from the new film 'good vibrations'

Pams PeopleBELFAST FILM FESTIVAL LAUNCHat BLACK BOX, belfastwednesday 9 may 2012terri hooley pictured with film directors glenn leyburn and lisa barros D'Sa from the new film 'good vibrations'

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10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Actor Marty McCann's family, Chloe, Donna, Kim and Mary Anne McCann

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Actor Marty McCann's family, Chloe, Donna, Kim and Mary Anne McCann

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Robyn and Laura McMurray

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Robyn and Laura McMurray

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Brendan Fraser getting photos with fans

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Brendan Fraser getting photos with fans

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Brendan Fraser signing autographs for fans

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Brendan Fraser signing autographs for fans

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Terri Hooley and Clare Archibald

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Terri Hooley and Clare Archibald

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Brendan Fraser

10.06.12. PICTURE BY DAVID FITZGERALDThe opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast last night. Brendan Fraser

At the European Premiere of his new film Whole Lotta Sole, Terry George (right) with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness and the Chairman of the Belfast Film Festival, Brian Henry Martin.

At the European Premiere of his new film Whole Lotta Sole, Terry George (right) with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness and the Chairman of the Belfast Film Festival, Brian Henry Martin.

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Arriving on Red Carpet for the European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole is the Arts Minister Caral Ni Chuilin, Belfast Film Festival Director, Michele Devlin with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.

Arriving on Red Carpet for the European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole is the Arts Minister Caral Ni Chuilin, Belfast Film Festival Director, Michele Devlin with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.

Neil Harrison

Arriving on Red Carpet for the European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole is the Arts Minister Caral Ni Chuilin, Belfast Film Festival Director, Michele Devlin with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.

Arriving on Red Carpet for the European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole is the Arts Minister Caral Ni Chuilin, Belfast Film Festival Director, Michele Devlin with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.

Neil Harrison

Arriving on Red Carpet for the European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole is the Arts Minister Caral Ni Chuilin, Belfast Film Festival Director, Michele Devlin with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.

Arriving on Red Carpet for the European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole is the Arts Minister Caral Ni Chuilin, Belfast Film Festival Director, Michele Devlin with the Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness.

Neil Harrison

At last night's European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole at the Waterfront Hall is the film's leading star, Brendan Fraser (centre) with Oscar winning Director, Terry George and Belfast Film Festival's chairman, Brian Henry Martin (to his left) along with Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness and the Festival's Director, Michele Devlin (to his right).

At last night's European Premiere of Whole Lotta Sole at the Waterfront Hall is the film's leading star, Brendan Fraser (centre) with Oscar winning Director, Terry George and Belfast Film Festival's chairman, Brian Henry Martin (to his left) along with Deputy First Minister, Martin McGuinness and the Festival's Director, Michele Devlin (to his right).

Neil Harrison

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Left to right.  Ali Fitzgibbon and Good Vibrations screenwriter Glenn Patterson pictured before the premier at the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Left to right. Ali Fitzgibbon and Good Vibrations screenwriter Glenn Patterson pictured before the premier at the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Left to right.  Co-director Glenn Leyburn, Terri Hooley, co-director and Lisa Barros D'Sa pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Left to right. Co-director Glenn Leyburn, Terri Hooley, co-director and Lisa Barros D'Sa pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Terri Hooley pictured arriving at the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Terri Hooley pictured arriving at the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Terri Hooley pictured arriving at the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Terri Hooley pictured arriving at the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Left to right.  Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film and Terri Hooley pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Left to right. Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film and Terri Hooley pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  10-yea-old Jack Carberry from Coalisland who plays a young Terri Hooley pictured at the premier at the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. 10-yea-old Jack Carberry from Coalisland who plays a young Terri Hooley pictured at the premier at the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley.  The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts.  Left to right.  Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film and Terri Hooley pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

Northern Ireland- 31st May 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. First night of the Belfast Film Festival and the Good Vibrations - the story of Belfast Good Vibrations record shop and label owner Terry Hooley. The Godfather of Belfast punk discovered such bands as The Undertones, Rudi and The Outcasts. Left to right. Richard Dormer - who plays Terri Hooley in the film and Terri Hooley pictured before the premier and the Ulster Hall in Belfast City Centre.

The opening of the Belfast Film Festival at the Waterfront Hall, Belfast. Actor Marty McCann's family, Chloe, Donna, Kim and Mary Anne McCann

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