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We Love... St Valentine

We Love… St Valentine

| February 14, 2019 | Comments (2)

Get a bottle of Blue Nun, splash yourself with them cheap Christmas smellies your Auntie got you for Christmas, slip on your Penny’s underwear and turn up the stereo with the sweet, sweet sound of Barry White.

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Preview of Irish Films @ Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival 2019

Preview of Irish Films @ Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival 2019

| January 24, 2019 | Comments (0)

We take a gander at the Irish films hitting the festival screens.

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Submissions & Funding Deadlines

Submissions & Funding Deadlines

| January 2, 2019 | Comments (0)

Looking for funding? Want to submit your work to festivals? Keep an eye on upcoming deadlines here.

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Irish Films To Look Out For in 2019

Irish Films To Look Out For in 2019

| January 2, 2019 | Comments (0)

We take a look at the Irish films set to hit screens in 2019.

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Film Festivals 2019 – Here & Abroad

Film Festivals 2019 – Here & Abroad

| January 2, 2019 | Comments (0)

Dates for your Diary – keep an eye on film festivals here and Irish film festivals abroad.

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Irish Films of 2018

Irish Films of 2018

| December 30, 2018 | Comments (0)

We pick our five favourite features and documentaries of 2018.

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Irish Film Reviews @ Cork Film Festival 2018

Irish Film Reviews @ Cork Film Festival 2018

| December 17, 2018 | Comments (0)

Take a look at our reviews of the Irish Films that screened at this year’s Cork Film Festival.

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Capital Irish Film Festival: Editor, Tony Cranstoun

Capital Irish Film Festival: Editor, Tony Cranstoun

| December 12, 2018 | Comments (0)

John Collins spoke to Tony Cranstoun, editor of ‘The Farthest’, which closed this year’s Capital Irish Film Festival in Washington D.C.

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The Belly of The Whale, Director Morgan Bushe & Actor Lewis MacDougall

The Belly of The Whale, Director Morgan Bushe & Actor Lewis MacDougall

| December 11, 2018 | Comments (0)

Gemma Creagh chats to Morgan Bushe about ‘The Belly of the Whale’, his debut feature as a director and Lewis MacDougall about his role as Joey.

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Irish Film Review @ Cork Film Festival: The Curious Works of Roger Doyle

Irish Film Review @ Cork Film Festival: The Curious Works of Roger Doyle

| November 20, 2018 | Comments (0)

Loretta Goff goes on a journey through ‘The Curious Works of Roger Doyle’, Brian Lally’s documentary the ‘Godfather of Irish Electronica’.

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Irish Film Preview @ 2018 Cork Film Festival

Irish Film Preview @ 2018 Cork Film Festival

| November 9, 2018 | Comments (0)

We take a peek at the Irish films screening at this year’s Cork Film Festival, running from 9-18 November.

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Irish Film Review: Good Favour

Irish Film Review: Good Favour

| November 8, 2018 | Comments (0)

Dakota Heveron reveals her magical powers.

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Aislinn Clarke, Director of 'The Devil's Doorway'

Aislinn Clarke, Director of ‘The Devil’s Doorway’

| October 26, 2018 | Comments (0)

David Prendeville spoke to director Aislinn Clarke about her film ‘The Devil’s Doorway’, which screens at this year’s IFI Horrorthon.

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On the Red Carpet Podcast: The Little Stranger

On the Red Carpet Podcast: The Little Stranger

| September 25, 2018 | Comments (0)

Gemma Creagh was at the European premiere of Lenny Abrahamson’s new film ‘The Little Stranger’ at the Light House cinema in Dublin and talked to Domhnall Gleeson, Will Poulter, Lenny Abrahamson and Ruth Wilson.

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Maurice Sweeney, Director of 'I, Dolours'

Maurice Sweeney, Director of ‘I, Dolours’

| September 17, 2018 | Comments (0)

Gemma Creagh talks to Maurice Sweeney about his documentary, based on lengthy interviews with Dolours Price and extensive reconstructions.

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Early Irish Cinema: “A Photo-Play of Unique National Interest”: Seeing Knocknagow in Irish Cinemas, January-April 1918

Early Irish Cinema: “A Photo-Play of Unique National Interest”: Seeing Knocknagow in Irish Cinemas, January-April 1918

| August 22, 2018 | Comments (0)

Denis Condon introduces ‘Knocknagow’, “the most significant film made in Ireland during the silent period.”

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Alan Gilsenan, Writer / Director of 'Unless' & 'The Meeting'

Alan Gilsenan, Writer / Director of ‘Unless’ & ‘The Meeting’

| March 20, 2018 | Comments (0)

Stephen Porzio met up with filmmaker Alan Gilsenan to chat about his two films set for Irish cinemas this year.

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Review of Irish Film @ ADIFF 2018: The Science of Ghosts

Review of Irish Film @ ADIFF 2018: The Science of Ghosts

| March 16, 2018 | Comments (0)

June Butler is haunted by Niall McCann’s observational drama centres on well-known Irish musician Adrian Crowley.

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Review of Irish Film @ ADIFF 2018: Kissing Candice

Review of Irish Film @ ADIFF 2018: Kissing Candice

| March 15, 2018 | Comments (0)

Stephen Porzio puckers up at the 2018 Audi Dublin International Film Festival for Aoife McArdle’s ‘Kissing Candice’. 

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Irish Film Review: The Lodgers

Irish Film Review: The Lodgers

| March 9, 2018 | Comments (0)

Stephen Porzio gets gothic.

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Preview of Irish Film @ ADIFF 2018

Preview of Irish Film @ ADIFF 2018

| February 18, 2018 | Comments (0)

The 2018 Audi Dublin International Film Festival comes to town from 22nd February to 4th March. Included among over 100 features there’s a wonderful selection of Irish films to enjoy – below we take a look at what’s on offer…

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Films of 2017 - Writers' Choice

Films of 2017 – Writers’ Choice

| December 28, 2017 | Comments (3)

Film is the rabbit hole of life. It is a labyrinth of truth and lies, a broken mirror that distorts our fantasies, a dealer of dreams and desires. It is who we are… The Film Ireland family look back on who they were in 2017 and pick out their highlights – and some lowlights – […]

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Our Favourite Films of 2017

Our Favourite Films of 2017

| December 26, 2017 | Comments (0)

Our children of the dark emerged from the dreams of film to give us their personal highlights of 2017. The results were translated into data and fed into a bleeping machine which worked overnight to tally up votes and spew forth a Top Ten on perforated paper tape.

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Our Favourite Irish Films of 2017

Our Favourite Irish Films of 2017

| December 19, 2017 | Comments (0)

2017 was another strong year for Irish film with a fine fettle of fiction and fact, reflected in our ten choices. There’s gangsters and spacecrafts – sadly not in the same film – revenge and roller skates, campaigns and epic journeys, love and painters, soul mates and pioneers. 

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Watch Short Film: 'Last Service' & 'Forgotten Paradise'

Watch Short Film: ‘Last Service’ & ‘Forgotten Paradise’

| December 11, 2017 | Comments (0)

Bertie Brosnan’s new short art-films ‘Last Service’ and ‘Forgotten Paradise’ funded by the Cork City Arts are available online for free

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Irish Film Review: Jaha’s Promise

Irish Film Review: Jaha’s Promise

| December 5, 2017 | Comments (0)

Sarah Cullen learns about the life and activism of Jaha Dukureh, a Gambian anti-female genital mutilation campaigner.

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Want to Work Abroad? Panel Discussion for Filmmakers

Want to Work Abroad? Panel Discussion for Filmmakers

| November 30, 2017 | Comments (0)

Join us at Filmbase for a practical and detailed discussion about the legalities and logistics involved in moving to another country for the purposes of your career.

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Review of Irish Film @ Cork Film Festival: The Man Who Invented Christmas

Review of Irish Film @ Cork Film Festival: The Man Who Invented Christmas

| November 22, 2017 | Comments (1)

Sean O’Rourke gets festive for ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’, which screened at the Cork Film Festival.

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Gerry Gregg, Director of 'Condemned to Remember'

Gerry Gregg, Director of ‘Condemned to Remember’

| November 12, 2017 | Comments (0)

June Butler talks to director Gerry Gregg about his film Condemned to Remember in which Irish Holocaust Survivor Tomi Reichental celebrates his 80th birthday in a Dublin Mosque and embarks on epic journey across a Europe in turmoil.

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Tales from Kerry Film Festival 2017

Tales from Kerry Film Festival 2017

| November 8, 2017 | Comments (0)

Eleanor McSherry was at the Kerry Film Festival and sent us on a flavour of what went on this year.

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