The Japanese Film Festival, now in its 9th edition, returns to bring the best of new Japanese cinema to Irish audiences with a mix of everything from action to anime and gentle comedies to wonderful oddities. Ireland’s only truly national film festival begins this year in Dundalk on April 1, before visiting Cork, Galway, Maynooth, […]
First Cut! Youth Film Festival is a vibrant international festival screening the works of young filmmakers aged 12-24.
Ailbhe O’ Reilly reviews Jim Sheridan’s ‘The Secret Scripture’, which screened at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Kenny Hanlon gets his tracksuit on for James Redmond’s documentary on 30+ years of Dublin rave and club culture.
Five filmmakers will be joining the Capital Irish Filmmaker audiences to discuss their films, their careers and their next projects at the American Film Institute Silver Theatre/
Grace Corry takes a look at Paddy Cahill’s exploration of Amanda Coogan’s durational performance art practice.
The competition section, reserved for short films produced or co-produced in Ireland, comprises 15 works this year.
Jonathan Victory talks to Emer Reynold’s about her stunning documentary on NASA’s Voyager mission,which screens at this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Warner Bros. Creative Talent Supports ADIFF Industry Event with Oscar-winner Alexandra Byrne & Oscar Nomineee Consolata Boyle
Warner Bros. Creative Talent Supports Film Festival Industry Event with Oscar-winner Alexandra Byrne and Oscar Nomineee Consolata Boyle.
Programme Announced with Special Guest Star Yann Arthus-Bertrand.
Grace Corry sat down with Grainne Humphreys to delve into the delights that await us at this year’s Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
For 40 years human rights activist and Jesuit priest Peter McVerry has railed against state negligence, the abdication of Ireland’s most vulnerable citizens and a legacy of political indifference that has caused the destruction of communities, forced removals, addiction and homelessness. Marley McCallum takes a look at an hour-long documentary, in which McVerry re-lives those dark decades. Peter […]
Submissions for the short films competition are open until January 15th.
Annie Curran checks out ‘Cardboard Gangsters’, which screened at this year’s Cork Film Festival.