New films from Martin McDonagh, Steven Spielberg and Aaron Sorkin, a visit from Oscar-nominated director Andrey Zvyagintsev, and screenings from First Fortnight headline a busy January at IFI.
For the end of year Scannain podcast Niall Murphy, Grace Duffy, Jason Coyle, and Darren Mooney sat down to discuss (at length) their thoughts on the Top 10 grossing films of the year in Ireland, their worst films of the year, and their ten best films of the year.
Next up from the team behind the immensely entertaining documentary Crash and Burn is another local tale Anseo i lár an Ghleanna (In the Shadow of the Glen), which will air on TG4 on December 27th at 9.30pm.
Element Pictures Distribution has announced that Irish film Traders will screen on BBC THREE as part of their Christmas schedule.
Disney announced today initial casting for the live-action adaptation of Artemis Fowl, which will be directed by Kenneth Branagh and produced by Branagh and Judy Hofflund. Irish newcomer Ferdia Shaw will star as the titular criminal mastermind.
The Irish Film Institute (IFI) once again teams up with mental health arts festival First Fortnight to present a series of screenings this January on the subject of mental health.
Element Pictures has announced that PÁLÁS (formerly Picture Palace) is now nearing completion and will open to the public in early 2018.
Screen Training Ireland in association with The Garage Theatre are seeking participants for writing course Epic Stories in Monaghan on January 13th with Mary Kate O'Flanagan.
After two weeks of intense campaigning and over 14,000 votes, we are finally ready to announce the results of the Scannain Readers' Favourite Irish Film of 2017.
IFI National's Local Films For Local People, now in its fifth year, returns for another nationwide tour of treasures from the IFI Irish Film Archive.