With almost 30 Irish feature films being released in the calendar year 2016 we decided to take a look at our Top 10 Irish Films of 2016.
After 2 weeks of intense campaigning and over 8,000 votes, we are ready to announce the results of the Scannain Readers' Favourite Irish Film of 2016.
The Dublin Film Critics’ Circle announced their annual list of awards over the weekend, naming Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake as the Best Film of 2016.
2016 was a hugely successful year for the film industry in Cork and in particular Film In Cork, which provides services to those filming in the region.
The customers have voted with their feet and here are the Light House TOP TEN FILMS of 2016 based on actual ticket sales.
Yesterday the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominees for the 74th Golden Globe awards, and there's more than a few Irish in there.
John Butler's Handsome Devil has won the Audience Award at the 29th Image+Nation Film Festival in Montreal, the oldest LGBT film festival in Canada.
The Irish Film Board has issued a new release looking back at a phenomenally successful year for Irish Film at home and internationally.
2016 was a bumper year for Irish films at the cinema. Now it's your opportunity to vote for what was your favourite of the year's Irish film releases.