Applications open for Screen Leaders 2019, the strategic company development programme for the screen industries supported by Screen Skills Ireland.
As 2018 draws to an end, Film In Cork looks back at what was an exciting and very successful year for the industry in Cork.
#IrishAbroad: The best of Irish film features in the inaugural Vancouver Irish Film Festival programme
The programme for the first Vancouver Irish Film Festival (VIRFF) has been announced. The festival takes place December 7th to 9th.
Award-winning writer-director Terry McMahon will host the latest series of his Acting Class beginning Tuesday, November 13th in Dublin.
The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid, on release in cinemas from Friday, will be accompanied by a series of panel discussions after selected screenings.
FilmCraftCork, Ireland’s first ever international student film festival, will take place on Thursday April 26th at the Rory Gallagher Theatre at Cork Institute of Technology.
RTÉ has commissioned a new series of fun documentaries for kids set on a barge travelling down the Grand Canal. Called All Aboard, the fifteen episodes will air on RTEjr from Monday 26th March.
Galway Film Centre has announced James Ward and Caitríona Coyne as the recipients of the new 2017 funding scheme, Dig Where You Stand.
The 25th GAZE International LGBT Film Festival took place in Dublin last weekend and organisers have announced the winners of the GAZE Film Awards 2017.
The Irish Film Institute, as part of its key strategic objective to reflect a diversity of cinematic perspectives, is introducing the F-rating.