The 19th Kerry Film Festival will run from October 17th - 21st screening international short and feature films along with national and regional short films.
The 63rd Cork Film Festival will open with the European premiere of Carmel Winters' award-winning new drama Gloat Like A Butterfly on November 9th.
#Festival: Irish Screen America to honour Hugh O’Conor with Jim Sheridan Award for Achievement in Irish Filmmaking
Irish Screen America has named their Rising Star Awards and announced Hugh O’Conor as the Jim Sheridan Award for Achievement in Irish Filmmaking recipient.
Kerry Film Festival will present the Maureen O’Hara Award for 2018 to Deirdre O’Kane to acknowledge her contribution to the film and television industry.
The bloodiest and goriest event in the Irish film calendar, IFI Horrorthon, will return for its most exciting line-up ever from October 25th to 29th.
Fourth Dublin Greek Film Festival takes place from Thursday, 18th to Sunday, 21st October at the Chester Beatty Library, The New Theatre and The Sugar Club.
#Festival: Keepers of the Flame and Sass Mouth Dames two film highlights of the Dublin Festival of History
War of Independence legacy documentary Keepers of the Flame and a talk by Sass Mouth Dames are two film highlights of the Dublin Festival of History.
The Irish Screen America festival has unveiled the line-up for its 2018 programme, which will be screened in New York and Los Angeles in October.
#Festival: This weekend Ballyliffen, Co. Donegal plays host to the 2nd Disappear Here International Film Festival
All north-western film fans will be flocking to Ballyliffin, Co Donegal for the second Disappear Here International Film Festival, September 28th to 30th.
19th Kerry Film Festival will run from October 17th to 21st, bringing films from around the world along with national and regional short film programmes.