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Dublin filmmaker Cathal Gaffney came away the big winner at the 46th Cork Film Festival, which wrapped Oct. 14.

Gaffney’s animated short “Give Up Yer Aul Sins,” using archival recordings of Dublin schoolchildren during the 1950s, copped the top awards from both the international and national juries.

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