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Thursday, 27 September, 2001, 19:41 GMT 20:41 UK
Irish premier of Milligan comedy
The film was shot at Harland and Wolff studios
The film was shot at Harland and Wolff studios
The film Puckoon from the Spike Milligan comic novel premiered in Belfast on Thursday night.

It was made mostly in Northern Ireland, in both the Ulster Folk Museum and the Paint Hall Studios at the Lagan dockside.

In the attached video, BBC NI arts correspondent Maggie Taggart looks at the movie and the funding controversy behind the production.

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BBC NI's arts correspondent Maggie Taggart reports
"This is the first event for this year's Belfast Film Festival"
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