Katie Smith’s new film ‘Run Run as Fast as You Can’ follows a group of children who are being pursued through the woods by an unseen mob.
The short film ‘Strawberry’, from the Dundalk Institute of Technology students, is in pre-production.
Dublin based independent film companies Fight Back Films, and Hopehapp Productions, in association with Driftwood Doll Films, present ‘Terminal’.
A new documentary which seeks to expose and examine gender inequality in Irish Theatre and the Arts is currently in production.
‘Mind’s Eye’ is a poignant and heart-warming drama that follows Robbie as he meets the challenge of his first day at school in his own unique and inimitable way
Written, produced and directed by Eamonn Tutty and Alan Dunne of Reckoner Productions, the film is set against the back drop of the Irish Famine.
Principal Photography to begin on Independent Irish feature film ‘Class A’.
‘An American Wake’, an experimental production, aims to shoot a full-length feature film in 48 hours.
A new female-driven short LGBT film from writer / director Kamila Dydyna will be shot in late January / early February.
Irish director Brendan Muldowney’s latest film, ‘Pilgrimage’, is scheduled to commence production in April 2015.