The Irish Film Institute unveils the first volume of The Loopline Collection, showcasing materials from Loopline Film, one of Ireland’s most influential production companies.
Tom Collins' latest Irish language feature film, Aithrí/Penance, will have its television premiere on this Easter Saturday, April 20th, at 8.55pm on TG4.
Fis Éireann/Screen Ireland welcomes New Skills Development Requirements to Section 481, the Irish Tax Incentive for the Screen Industries.
Lance Daly's epic famine thriller, Black '47, will be available on Netflix from March 31st. The film was the highest-grossing Irish release of 2018.
In March the Irish Film Institute will present a number of events focused on Irish cinema, including shorts, features from the vaults, and Q&As.
On Sunday 24th February , TOG Hackerspace in Dublin 8 will host its very own Irish themed Oscar night "The OIRscars" in celebration of the Irish fil...
To coincide with the Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival, Virgin Media Television will continue to support Irish film and drama, with a week of home grown movies and feature film specials airing on Virgin Media Three.
Irish feature Kissing Candice, written and directed by Aoife McArdle, is now available from a number of VOD platforms in Ireland and the UK.
Details on the Irish feature films at the 17th Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival, February 20th to March 3rd.
Irish supernatural comedy Extra Ordinary, starring comedian/writer/actress Maeve Higgins will have its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival.