Nine Irish films are set to take part in the Short Film Corner at this year's Cannes Film Festival.
Cinemobile to Screen Irish-Language Short Films for Seachtain na Gaeilge/ T√° Cinemobile chun Gearrscann√°in Ghaeilge a chur ar sc√°ile√°n le linn Sheachtain na Gaeilge.
Following a successful funding campaign, Bertie Brosnan's Sineater has been selected for the Short Film Corner at the Cannes Film Festival.
Irish short film Follies of Youth will have its world premiere screening at the 13th Garden State Film Festival. The festival, which is based in Atlantic City, New Jersey, takes place from March 19th to 22nd.
Irish Film Festival London, the Irish Film Institute, and the Irish Film Board have joined forces to bring a selection of Irish shorts, and Irish feature The Legend of Longwood, to the British capital to help celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
Five Irish short films have been selected for the second edition of the Courts des √Æles festival, which runs from March 9th to 13th from the Islands of the World: Courts des √Æles, in Papeete, Tahiti.
Principal photography is set to begin on Today, a contemporary drama set in Connemara, Co. Galway. This production will mark the directorial debut of Galway‚Äôs native writer/producer, Tristan Heanue.
Principal photography has just been completed on a new Irish short documentary currently entitled Displaced, directed by Niamh Heery.