Foyle Film Festival, Northern Ireland’s only Oscar®-affiliated film festival, is now accepting submissions for the 30th edition of the festival,
The Guth Gafa International Documentary Film Festival is now inviting submissions in three different categories for this year’s festival.
TV3 Group has announced a new call out for factual and documentary programming.
Now in its eighth year, First Cut! Youth Film Festival, April 27-29, showcases short films made by young filmmakers over three days.
Dublin Sci-Fi Film Festival is Ireland’s newest genre-specific film showcase.
Shebeen Flick, Berlin’s Irish Film Festival, is for the first time accepting submissions from filmmakers for its 6th edition, which will take place on 16th-19th March 2017 in Moviemento Kino Berlin.
1st Carlow International Film Festival now open for submissions via film freeway.
The 10th Annual Waterford Film Festival is now open for submissions.
The Richard Harris International Film Festival have announced a call for submissions for the 2016 festival.
Guth Gafa will accept any Irish feature documentaries on any human rights, social action and environmental issue subjects, completed since January 2015 and that have not yet been broadcast.
Submissions are open for Irish short documentaries and Irish feature length documentaries.
Submissions are open from 20th April until October 2016.
Cinemagic is looking for imaginative and original films made by young people to be screened as part of Cinemagic Young Filmmaker 2016.
The deadline for the Irish Film Board short animation scheme Frameworks, now in its 21st edition, has been announced.
Winning films will also be screened as part of the Dingle International Film Festival 2016.
The Galway Film Fleadh is now accepting feature submissions for the 2016 edition of the festival.