The 30th Galway Film Fleadh Pitching Competition (running from the 10th – 15th of July 2018) in association with 101 Films International (one of the U.K’s leading entertainment labels), is currently accepting entries for its annual Pitching Competition.
This year’s IFI Documentary Festival, running from September 27th to 30th, is looking for original and exciting documentary films from Irish filmmakers to be included in the 2018 festival.
Hard-hitting investigations and sporting legends were among the day’s winners at the 3-day Celtic Media Festival in Llanelli, Wales. Irish projects won four of the five prizes announced on Day 1.
Cartoon Saloon and director Nora Twomey's The Breadwinner wins AUDI-ence Award after the conclusion of the Audi Dublin International Film Festival.
Applications are now being accepted for the Marketplace at the 2018 Galway Film Fair (12th – 14th July), which takes place during the Galway Film Fleadh (10th–15th July 2018).
Top Industry Names Heading to Llanelli for 3 Day Celebration of Film, Television, Radio and Digital Media. The Celtic Media Festival has revealed the details of this year’s programme, due to take place in Llanelli, Cymru over 2 – 4 of May.
The Japanese Film Festival, which celebrates its 10th year in April 2018, has unveiled its full programme. For its 10th edition the 2018 Festival will return to Dublin, Cork and Limerick, and also visit Galway, Tipperary, Sligo, Waterford and Dundalk, presenting 50 screenings of 17 films nationally.
Dingle International Film Festival, in collaboration with Wildcard Distribution, will screen the highly anticipated Black 47 on March 24th.
Dingle International Film Festival has announced that, due to popular to demand, they will host a second screening of The Camino Voyage/Iomramh an Chamino on Sunday 25th March at the Phoenix Cinema.
Foyle Film Festival, Northern Ireland’s only Oscar®–affiliated film festival, is now accepting submissions for the 31st edition of the festival, which will run 16-25 November 2018.