Running from 3-14 March 2021, the Festival continues to bring the best of Irish film to audiences.
‘IGNITE’ is a pilot bilingual talent development programme directed towards emerging Irish and Northern Irish documentary filmmakers embarking on their first or second non-fiction feature film.
Raising Films, an advocacy and support group for parents and carers in the screen industry has announced the launch of its Irish chapter.
Women in Irish Film: Stories and storytellers is an interdisciplinary collection that critically explores the contribution of women to the Irish film industry as creators of culture – screenwriters, directors, producers, cinematographers, editors, animators, film festival programmers and educators. This book will explore the experiences and reflections of Irish women practitioners and, across a range of chapters, will situate them within a very specific historical, social and cultural context and further position them within a…
A new website, www.screenkerry.ie, has been launched to enable Film & TV professionals to connect directly with the film services, locations & expertise available in Kerry
Galway Film Fleadh have made the decision to present its 2020 festival edition online.
Fís Éireann / Screen Ireland has announced revised guidelines across feature film development funding categories, in order to make the application process easier and more streamlined for Irish filmmakers.
Written by Rita-Marie Lawlor the series tells the story of three women who share a house in Dublin
Young Irish Film Makers are launching their annual screenwriting competition aimed at finding short scripts that will be produced as part of their flagship summer programme, the National Youth Film & Animation School which takes place in August 2020
‘The Wedding’ is a short film about how hard it can be to find your voice, when everyone believes one truth and you know another.