Here at Film Ireland, we are saddened to learn that our partners, the beloved festival, Still Voices, will be wrapping up this year. The final iteration of the festival will take place this November, with the curtain falling for good after the final screening on the 19th. This loss – equal parts cultural and emotional – will leave an irreplaceable hole in our industry, and is something that’s all too close to home for us…
Kimberly Reyes sends us on news of the nominations for the 80th Golden Globes.
Women in Film and Television International (WIFTI) has announced the election of a new President today following a meeting of the Board of Directors.
Wayne Byrne tells us about his latest book, ‘Walter Hill: The Cinema of a Hollywood Maverick’.
Film Ireland contributor Kimberly Reyes is among the new members who cast her vote for this year’s Golden Globes and joins Bloomberg Quicktake to discuss the fallout.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced the nominations for the 79th annual Golden Globe Awards. HFPA member Kimberly Reyes reports.
Film Ireland is delighted to announce that one of our talented critics, Kimberly Reyes is among the new set of members due to join the Golden Globes organization, marking the largest, and most diverse class in their organisation’s history. Of the 21 new members, their demographic breakdowns are as follows: 48% identify as women29% identify as Black24% identify as Asian29% identify as Latinx19% identify as Middle Eastern/North African The 21 journalists, which resulted from an…
Still Voices Short Film Festival have announced that Terence Davies will attend the 2021 festival for a special screening of his 1988 film ‘Distant Voices Still Lives’
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.