NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Craic Festival, an annual celebration of Irish culture in New York City, wraps up Saturday night with a retrospective screening of two Oscar-nominated animated films by Brown Bag Films.

Festival founder Terence Mulligan and Oscar-nominated director Nicky Phelan stopped by the CBS2 studio Saturday to talk about the festival and screening.

Click on the video player above for the full interview with Phelan and Mulligan.

The closing gala of the Craic Festival is Saturday night at Tribeca Cinema on Varick Street.

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