The line up includes The Irish Pub, Life's A Breeze, Run and Jump, Men at Lunch, Silence and the short films Rba, Noreen, Joyriders, Farewell Packets of Ten, and Irish Folk Furniture. The opening night screening will be the UK premiere of Alex Fegan's 'The Irish Pub' at the Tricycle Cinema, followed by a Q with the director Alex Fegan. IFTN spoke with Mr Fegan before the film was released in Irish cinemas in October. The interview is available to read here. 'The Irish Pub' will be accompanied by a special screening of award winning short film 'Rba'. The short film was written by Antoin Beag Colla, directed by Louise N Fhiannachta and produced by Gemma O'Shaughnessy. 'Rba' won the Best First Short Drama at The Galway Film Fleadh and Best Irish Short Film at The Charlie Chaplin Comedy Film Festival in Kerry 2013. The Fastnet Films production stars Pat Shortt and Fionnula Flanaghan. It was produced by Macdara Kelleher and Lance Daly. 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MY ROBOT PENIS WILL SELF DESTRUCT IN FIVE SECONDS." 4. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Warner Bros. Batman ambushes a group of thugs by crashing through a window, a breach of standards of practices for animation at the time. Because a history of the policies governing animated feature production is going to be the final deciding factor in whether a parent rips Mask of the Phantasm out of the VCR and casts it through the living room window into a waiting bonfire of Dungeons Dragons books and GWAR CDs. 308497 027 Air Jordan 4 Cavs Retro Black Orange Blaze Old Royal,The field of mirrors at the Sierra SunTower solar power plant, in California's Antelope Valley, reflects Barack Obama's vision of a fundamental change in the US energy supply. Photo / eSolarIt looks like an epic art installation: 24,000 heliostats arranged in precise rows across the desert floor in the Antelope Valley outside Lancaster, north of Los Angeles.The heliostats mirrors that follow the sun's arc across the Mojave Desert sky sit on the Sierra SunTower site, a demonstration plant built by eSolar, one of a legion of Southern California renewable energy start ups that are remaking the United States energy industry.The Pasadena based company pledges to make solar electricity "for less than the price of coal, without subsidies . and truly change the world".It's a promise that fits perfectly with President Barack Obama's vision of a fundamental US energy makeover, moving from fossil fuels such as coal and oil to renewable sources including solar and wind.Like other solar arrays, the Sierra site, which covers 4ha, uses heliostats to focus sunlight on to a thermal receiver atop a tower (there are two towers at this location).The sun boils water inside the receiver to create superheated steam, which drives a turbine and generates electricity. The steam cools, reverts to water, and the process repeats itself. The company says it can generate 46 megawatts of electricity from just 65ha, enough to light up 37,000 homes during peak sunlight hours.But what makes eSolar unique, explains chief financial officer Merrick Kerr, is solar tracking software that calibrates heliostats to the sun's arc at any time of day, on any day in the year, at any location to one milliradian, a tiny measurement.This makes eSolar a world player a major project with India's Acme Group was announced in March and illustrates the marriage of clean tech and IT knowledge that is reshaping California's economy.Eighty kilometres east, outside Barstow, is another desert array, where 1800 heliostats focus sunlight on a receiver to create steam and generate electricity. The array was built by SolarReserve, a spin off from LA's Rocketdyne, which powered the space shuttle, the Apollo lunar module and the International Space Station.While many other solar plants work only when the sun shines, SolarReserve touts something new: molten salt that retains heat to produce power 24/7."We put the sun's heat into a liquid metal molten salt or sodium potassium nitrates and heat it to over 1000F or 550C," explains company president Terry Murphy. "You can put in all this heat then store it in a tank. It's like a solar dam. We capture the sun's energy and then we dam it up, put it in a bottle . The beautiful thing about molten salts is you've trapped all this energy and a utility can turn the turbines on and off as needed."Such technologies are potential game changers in a state blessed with sunshine and vast areas of uninhabited desert, as America turns to renewables. The US Energy Department calculates a 160sq km parcel of the Mojave which straddles Nevada, Utah, California and Arizona receives enough sunlight to power the entire country.Compared with coal, responsible for 33 per cent of US greenhouse gas emissions, solar arrays leave no carbon footprint after manufacture of components and construction. They also, notes Murphy, get free energy without price volatility."That gets lost in discussion. I have a hard time believing solar won't be less expensive than any fossil fuel system in, say, 20 years. And have the environmental benefits that do the right thing for future generations on this planet."The US ranks fourth after Germany, Spain and Japan in solar power production, generating about 8800MW last year according to the Solar Energy Industries Association, a trade group, or less than 1 per cent of America's energy usage.Elsewhere in the state, clean tech and software companies, fuelled by venture capital and federal grants, are racing to develop everything from algae biofuel to photovoltaic panels that absorb 10 times more energy from the sun than current models.Such projects mesh with Obama's belief that renewable energy will wean the US from imported oil, enhance national security, fight climate change and recharge the economy."From China to India, from Japan to Germany, nations everywhere are racing to develop new ways to produce and use energy," Obama said last month, as he began to turn up the heat to make the case for climate change reform. "The nation that wins this competition will be the nation that leads the global economy . And I want America to be that nation."But America's chances are weakened by red tape, political posturing, die hard lobbyists from the fossil fuel industry, funding shortfalls, even conservationists.Last March, in a dispute the Los Angeles Times dubbed "a duel in the desert", US Senator Dianne Feinstein, a clean energy Democrat, signalled that she would push for a law to ban wind and solar projects from hundreds of thousands of hectares of California's deserts. Her objective was to protect fragile ecosystems, home to imperilled tortoises, bighorn sheep and other species, by creating a national monument."I'm a strong supporter of renewable energy and clean technology," said Feinstein, mindful that both are vital factors in recharging a moribund state economy. "But it is critical that these projects are built on suitable lands." Feinstein's move, predictably, aroused cries of Nimby ism not in my back yard among Republicans. It also exasperated California's Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has cultivated a green image by moving to cut carbon emissions and tackle climate change."If we cannot put solar power plants in the Mojave Desert," he said, "I don't know where the hell we can put them."Other California protests concern high voltage transmission lines, such as a proposed US$1.9 billion ($2.6 billion) "superhighway" to carry energy from renewable sources in the deserts of Imperial County, west to urban consumers.Protesters want to build power plants near cities, conserve energy and encourage home power generation. Either way, the US needs to build a digital "smart" grid that improves efficiency and conserves power by allowing utilities, consumers and renewable energy producers to interact.Conservationists have won some battles. In September BrightSource Energy dumped plans for a 2080ha solar array on land Feinstein envisages as a national monument. And in Los Angeles, the mighty Department of Water and Power said it could string transmission cables along interstate highways instead of building the Green Path North, 140km across desert from southeast California and Arizona to LA."It's mostly a refinement process," says David Myers, executive director of the Wildlands Conservancy, which lobbied to keep desert habitat pristine. "There are about 155 solar and wind projects proposed in Southern California. Some are in the right place that environmentalists support. In other places companies just went out and got an application because the area was flat."However Washington is slow in getting off the mark. The Obama administration has yet to issue a single permit for wind or solar development on public land, onshore or off, even as oil and gas drilling proceed (in September scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration urged Obama to halt offshore drilling, citing environmental threats, a move that if adopted could boost clean tech).
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