Galway UNESCO City of Film 100 Years of Cinema Returns with a Stellar Celebration of Irish Short Film, ‚ÄòTowards a Canon of Great Irish Shorts‚Äô alongside TG4 & The Arts Council Splanc! Short Films
#IrishShort: Pedestrian Crossing, Colin Murnane’s recasting of Panti’s Nobel Call has its final crossing
Pedestrian Crossing, Colin Murnane's recasting of Panti's Nobel Call has its final crossing on RT√â Player.
The IFB has announced three new short film schemes designed to create opportunities for emerging filmmaking talent. These new schemes are: FOCUS SHORTS, REAL STORIES and SHORT STORIES.
Award winning short film In Ribbons will screen at the prestigious Women Deliver World Conference 2016, which takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark from May 16th ‚Äì 19th.
Irish short film, A Day For The Fire, on the tragic theme of suicide in modern Ireland, will be screened on RT√â2 Shortscreen at midnight tonight.
Irish short film The Betrayal, an upcoming thriller on social and gender issues, has announced two new partners: D-Light Studios Dublin and DCU-based Sexuality Studies research group.
Irish short film Breathe, directed by James Doherty and starring John Connors, is now available to watch internationally on BFI Player as part of the British Council and BFI Five Films 4 Freedom.
On Monday March 14th, the Irish Film Institute will premiere seven of the short films commissioned for Splanc! 2016.
The After '16 short films, commissioned by Bord Scann√°n na h√âireann/the Irish Film Board to commemorate the 1916 Rising, are set to enjoy further screenings over the month of March.
Production has completed on Irish short documentary Gone Viral, from writer/director Charlo Johnson.