Kerry International Film Festival are currently recruiting a Festival Programmer who will be responsible for programming and delivery in 2019
The 19th edition of the Kerry Film Festival announced its award winners after the Irish Premiere of Thunder Road in Killarney on Saturday evening.
The 19th Kerry Film Festival will run from October 17th - 21st screening international short and feature films along with national and regional short films.
Kerry Film Festival will present the Maureen O’Hara Award for 2018 to Deirdre O’Kane to acknowledge her contribution to the film and television industry.
19th Kerry Film Festival will run from October 17th to 21st, bringing films from around the world along with national and regional short film programmes.
Kerry Film Festival (KFF) is an internationally recognised short film festival and Kerry's largest film festival which takes place in Killarney, Co. Kerry from 18th - 21st October 2018. The festival is now accepting entries for short films, feature films, advertising and music videos.
On Sunday, October 22, the 18th Kerry Film Festival came to a close, following another outstanding year of Irish film premieres, screenings and discussions.
Earlier this week the Kerry Film Festival presented the 2017 Maureen O’Hara Award to director Emer Reynolds, celebrating of her contribution to the industry.
The Kerry Film Festival has pulled back the curtain to reveal its 2017 programme. The festival takes place in Killarney from October 19th to 22nd.
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