The Richard Harris Film Festival is all set to begin tomorrow Friday, December 6th in Limerick City honouring the life and career of the internationally acclaimed Limerick actor Richard Harris. Lance Daly’s Life’s a Breeze open the festival tomorrow evening. On Saturday the 7th of December, Evanna Lynch’s new film G.B.F. will receive its [...]
The Irish Film Festival London has been presenting the latest and greatest of Irish Film and Animation to a London audience since 2011. This year Harrison Drury attended the festival to see how it promotes the best of Irish creative talent in the UK. Here Harrison reports from the second night’s screening of Pat [...]
The penultimate day of the Carte Noire IFI French Film Festival begans with a second screening of Marc Lavoine and Julie Depardieu’s charming animation ‘Ma maman est en Amérique, elle a rencontré Buffalo Bill’.
Harrison Drury attended the festival to see how it promotes the best of Irish creative talent in the UK.
The Carte Noire IFI French Film Festival continues today with a great chance to catch 3 films screened earlier in the festival that you may have missed.
Wednesday’s screenings at Carte Noire IFI French Film Festival kick off with Guillaume Gallienne’s Me Myself and Mum (pictured). Adapted from his own successful one-man theatre show, Gallienne’s film tackles his sexually confused youth and is bound to please its audience with its comic charm. Next up is Going Away, Nicole Garcia’s drama about a supply [...]
Matt Micucci takes a look at ‘The Red House’ and’ In the Name Of’ , which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Check out Tuesday’s treats at the Carte Noir IFI French Film Festival.
Matt Micucci checks out ‘Sarah Prefers to Run’ and ‘Nocturne’, which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Fingal Film Festival prepares for launch of third year with an amazing line up of National & International screenings and events in 2014.
Dave Thorpe’s six-minute horror-comedy wins audience award at Clones.
Monday’s menu at the Carte Noire IFI French Film Festival consists of Cedric Klapisch’s ‘Chinese Puzzle’ and Katell Quillévéré’s ‘Suzanne’.
The French Film Festival continues today with a selection of films and a chance for audiences to meet with actors and directors.
The IFI French Film Festival continues today with two films by festival guest Arnaud Desplechin.
Matt Micucci on’ A Glimpse in the Mind of Charles Swan III’ by Marc Silver and ‘Wavemakers’, which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Matt Micucci checks out ‘Who is Dayani Cristal?’ by Marc Silver and ‘Soldate Jeannette’ by Daniel Hoesl, which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Five Irish directors participated in the Korean festival’s National Cinema spotlight under the programme “Rogues, Rebels and Romantics: A Season of Irish Cinema.”
Harrison Drury reports from the launch of the the Irish Film Festival London, which is returning to the English capital for a third successive year from 20-24 November with an award-winning line-up of Irish film and animation.
Matt Micucci takes a look at XL by Marteinn Thorsson, and From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf by Shaina Anand and Ashok Sukumaran, which both screened as part of the 58th Cork Film Festival.
Serafina Steer will perform her live re-score of ‘Amer’, accompanied by Danish percussionist Jacob Smedegaard, in Triskel Christchurch as part of Giallo Night at the Cork Film Festival.
Matt Micucci sat down with director Maurice O’Callaghan at the 58th Cork Film Festival to discuss his film ‘The Lord’s Burning Rain’, which screened last weekend.