The Bleeding Pig Film Festival is currently underway for its third edition, running until Wednesday, September 12th in Keeling's Pub of Donabate.
Light House Cinema will welcome Jamie Lee Curtis to a special screening of Halloween followed by a Q&A on Friday, October 5th at 6pm.
Lance Daly's famine revenge western Black '47 has achieved the highest opening for an Irish film in Ireland since John Crowley’s Brooklyn in 2015.
Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite won two prizes at the Venice Film Festival, winning the Grand Jury Prize and Volpi Cup for Best Actress for Olivia Colman.
The Irish Film Institute Archive is a finalist for the National Archives Award for Safeguarding the Digital Legacy at the Digital Preservation Awards 2018
WestEnd Films has acquired the rights to sell Ross Whitaker's documentary on Irish boxing champion Katie Taylor, Katie, to international audiences.
Following on from its cinema release earlier this year, Rob and Ronnan Burke's comedy feature Damo & Ivor The Movie is now available on DVD and VOD.
The Industry Trust for IP Awareness Ireland and the Motion Picture Association (MPA) have released the second in a series of online #IMAKEMOVIES campaigns.
Parzival Productions and Eclipse Pictures have released the trailer for Alan Gilsenan's The Meeting, which opens in Irish cinemas on September 28th.
The Irish Film Festival London has announced Colin Farrell as their new Patron, joining director Lenny Abrahamson and casting director Ros Hubbard.