Now is your chance to become part of one of Ireland's premier film festivals, as the 2016 Audi Dublin International Film Festival is calling for willing volunteers.
Submissions are now open for the 61st Edition of the Cork Film Festival, running from November 11th to 20th, 2016.
The newly rebranded Audi Dublin International Film Festival has announced that John Carney’s eagerly anticipated Sing Street will open the 2016 Festival on February 18th.
Light House Cinema has announced that they will be bringing a pop up cinema to the historic Maritime Museum as part of the Dún Laoghaire Christmas Festival over 2 weekends in December.
The IFI and Kinopolis celebrate the Festival’s tenth edition, December 3rd - 6th, with one of its strongest programmes yet.
More fantastic guests have been confirmed for the IFI French Film Festival, November 18th to 29th.
The 60th Cork Film Festival has teamed up with the LUX Film Prize, to show three films: Mediterranea, Toto and His Sisters, and The Lesson/UROK.
2015 sees the first outing of REWIND, a new and exciting Dublin film festival, taking place at RUA RED Arts Centre, Tallaght from November 5th to 7th.