Principal photography has wrapped on writer/director Cashell Horgan's latest short film, Told You, which was awarded funding by the Limerick Arts Office.
Two Irish short films have made the Oscar shortlist for Best Animated Short and Best Live Action Short, Late Afternoon and Detainment respectively.
Stars Shine as Irish/Aussie 'The Ocean' Lights up the Darkness in Celebratory Same-Sex Love Dance from Wallis Bird and director Sinéad McDevitt.
Angela’s Christmas, the animated Christmas special, based on the popular children’s story from Pulitzer Prize winning author Frank McCourt, is now available on Netflix.
Irish animation company And Maps and Plans has released their multi-award-winning short An Island online for free, directed by Rory Byrne.
Principal photography has wrapped on Tristan Heanue’s latest short film Ciúnas (Silence) following a weekend of shooting in Connemara.
#IrishFilm: Principal photography wraps on Jack Reynor’s debut short film Bainne, starring Will Poulter
Principal photography has wrapped on Jack Reynor’s directorial debut – Bainne – his first short film as a writer and director.
The 12th Irish Film Festa, which will take place in March 2019 at the Casa del Cinema in Rome, is now open to submissions for short films from Ireland.
The Shift, winner of the Film In Cork 2018 Short Film Award, will have its world premiere at the Cork International Film Festival on November 10th.
Who’s for Dinner is a new zom com starring Joe Rooney, Ali Ryan and Pearse Halpin wil screen on RTÉ2 on Monday, November 12th at 11.50pm.