The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has released its 2017 infographic, which charts much of its activity over the past year.
After two weeks of intense campaigning and over 14,000 votes, we are finally ready to announce the results of the Scannain Readers' Favourite Irish Film of 2017.
The nation’s critics have spoken. The members of the Dublin Film Critics Circle have, for the 11th year, selected their favourite works of 2017.
A look back at the shows Irish people watched (and watched again) on streaming platform Netflix that defined our year in 2017.
Omniplex Cinemas are cranking up a notch on nostalgia in a seasonal run of their popular #BringItBack classic film screenings each Monday,
The 62nd Cork Film Festival will hold its flagship Documentary Industry Day (Doc Day) on Friday (November 17) at The Metropole Hotel.
The third Dublin Greek Film Festival takes place from 19 October to 22 October at Chester Beatty Library, Filmbase and The Sugar Club.
Bram Stoker Festival returns to Dublin with four days of living stories and four nights of deadly adventures from October 27th to 30th
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has seen critical acclaim and major sales for the strong line-up Irish films premiering there.
The BFI London Film Festival has announced four additional titles for the 2017 festival, including Alex Gibney’s Northern Irish-produced No Stone Unturned.