Screen Ireland welcomes a funding increase of €1 million in latest budget bringing the agency’s annual capital budget to €17.2 million for 2020.
Screen Skills Ireland will host the Screen Industry Education Forum 2019 on Tuesday, November 5th.
The National Council for the Blind launches Earcatch app test with Abominable on Saturday 12th October at Movies @ Dundrum at 2pm.
Irish Film Institute (IFI) has been awarded an inaugural JTS Award in recognition of its pioneering digital preservation work.
Dark and light flickers the island of Ireland: Irish Film Festival London’s programme to reflect Ireland’s unique voices through film
Kerry International Film Festival announces line-up and rebrand for 20th festival which takes place from October 17th to 21st in Killarney, Co. Kerry.
IFTA has announced that the feature documentary GAZA has been selected as Ireland’s entry for the Oscars’ Best International Feature Film category.
Cork Film Festival 2019 will open with Northern Irish drama Ordinary Love on 7 November and close with Irish-Belgian drama The Other Lamb on 17 November.
Irish production company ShinAwiL and Finnish production company Aito Media to co-produce ShinAwiL’s first-ever comedy series, Polar Opposites.