Galway City of Film in partnership with Galway Film Centre and the Galway Film Fleadh have announced that the One Minute Film Festival is back for this year’s Fleadh. Deadline for Entry: 4pm (GMT) Tuesday 5th June 2018
Kildare County Council have announced the winners of the 2018 Short Grass Film commissions. Two awards of €12,500 were made for films to be shot on location in Kildare in the coming months.
Legendary Irish actor Niall Tóibín came out of retirement to play a role opposite one of his daughters, Muireann Tóibín, in Ian Campbell's Remains, a new Irish short that has just been completed.
Garret Walsh's debut short film, The Observer Effect, continues to enjoy success at international film festivals, picking up two awards recently in Canada and the United States.
Film in Cork has picked its shortlist of finalists for the Film In Cork Short Film Award 2018. From over 90 submissions from filmmakers across Ireland, judges had the tough decision of choosing a shortlist of 16 entries, who will now progress to the next stage of judging.
Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) has announced the successful projects in the latest round of itsFrameworks short film scheme. The successful projects are: A Cat Called Jam, Lady Isabel & the Elf Knight, Nitelink, and Hedy.
In the wake of screenings at home and abroad, and having recently being acquired by InFlight for AerLingus, Jason Branagan's short film Jaffa has been released online. The film tells the story of a young man who learns he can't have children and struggles to come to terms with his new reality.
Northern Ireland Screen has launched two funding schemes to support the production of short films. The funding for both schemes is provided in partnership with the BFI Network.
Galway Film Centre has selected three Writers scripts to continue in this year’s RTÉ/GFC Short Film Commission, ‘The Bridge‘ by Sarah Ingersoll, ‘Fitzy’s Last Stand‘ by Gemma Creagh and ‘Neap Tide‘ by Glenn Gannon.
First Cut! Youth Film Festival, in partnership with Feel Good Lost, has announced the finalists for the Youth Music Video Competition (YMVC)! Six stellar young directors have been matched with hip Irish Acts to create new music videos.