Premiering at this year's Richard Harris International Film Festival is A Very Irish Family, a WW1 based TV Drama pilot created by Declan and Rob Gill.
Principal photography has wrapped on A Very Irish Family, a WW1 based short pilot written/created by Declan and Rob Gill and directed by Emmet Kelly.
Opening this weekend at the IFI is Ciaran Creagh's powerful Irish independent drama, In View, starring an IFTA award-nominated turn from Caoilfhionn Dunne.
Ian Hunt Duffy's Gridlock won its second award of the night at the Oscar qualifying Foyle Film Festival, following similar success at the Cork Film Festival.
Ciaran Creagh's independent feature In View is heading on a mini-European tour with four screenings over the next few weeks in Ireland, Germany, and Estonia
Anthony White's micro-budget Irish horror The Devil's Woods has been released on DVD and VOD in the UK and Ireland.
In View and Gridlock have won awards at the Rhode Island International Film Festival, taking Best Screenplay and Best Short Film respectively.
In View, the excellent Irish independent feature film from Parked writer Ciaran Creagh, will have its Irish premiere at the 28th Galway Film Fleadh.
Scannain talks with director Rebecca Daly and star Barry Keoghan about their new Irish feature Mammal. Out today.
Win tickets to a special screening of Rebecca Daly's Mammal on April 2nd in the Light House Cinema, and copies of her first feature The Other Side of Sleep .