Submissions are now open for the 2018 Toronto Irish Film Festival, Canada’s premiere festival dedicated to Irish film. The festival runs March 2nd to 4th.

Awarded Partner Festival status with Toronto International Film Festival in February 2016, The Toronto Irish Film Festival (TIRFF) was founded in April 2009 by Michael Barry and John Galway, who have over 45 years’ collective experience in the Canadian film and television industry.

Now in its 7th year, the Toronto Irish Film Festival celebrates the very best of Irish cinema and promotes the work of Irish filmmakers to the Greater Toronto Irish community and the Toronto film festival public. With sold-out screenings from 2010 to 2016, TIRFF has assumed the role of leading promoter of Irish film within Canada.

Reaching a potential audience of 250,000 Torontonians of Irish descent, as well as millions of Toronto-based movie lovers, TIRFF provides a unique cultural destination for Toronto and Ontario based ex-patriots, from the very old and the very new, to connect with the culture of home through the magic of cinema.

Click on this link to open all the information you need to know to submit. Early bird deadline ends August 31st, with the regular deadline set as October 31st. A late deadline will extend up to December 1st.

For more on the Festival check out their website, Facebook and Twitter.

 

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