Galway City of Film in partnership with Galway Film Centre will present a special screening of the One Minute Film Festival for Culture Night 2017.
Galway UNESCO City of Film has announced the line up for the ‚ÄòOne Minute Film Festival‚Äô, curated especially for Ireland‚Äôs national Culture Night 2016 which takes place on Friday September 16th.
The Irish Council for Civil Liberties will host the 8th Annual ICCL Human Rights Film Awards at the Light House Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin 7 on Thursday June 30th.
The winner of the 2015 FilmOffaly/Filmbase award, Caper a crime short by Five Knight Films will be premiered in IMC Cinema Tullamore on 10th June at 8:30pm.
Bord Scann√°n na h√âireann/the Irish Film Board is partnering with the National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks this June for a series of screenings of the After ‚Äô16 shorts.
Event: OIC Media presents an evening of short films in honour of Steve and Alan Harris, at Light House Cinema on Monday July 27th at 8:45pm.
James Fitzgerald's Skunky Dog wins Best Drama and Best Cinematography at Royal Television Society Student Awards.
New short film The Show Must Go On, an adaptation of Finnegans Wake, to premiere at Bloomsday screenings on Sunday 14th June at the Irish Film Institute, and again on Tuesday 16th June.
The deadline for applications to the 2015 ICCL Human Rights Film Awards is fast approaching. April 15th is the date.