The 11th Fastnet Film Festival concluded on Sunday with the annual awards ceremony, following five days of gala screenings, premieres, seminars, and masterclasses.
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.
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.
The Dingle International Film Festival wrapped up last night with the winner of the annual Físín pitching competition being announced. Tristan Heanue's script Ciúnas (Silence) was the selected project and will receive a cash prize along with equipment rental from Vast Valley Ltd.
Irish director, Mike Hannon's cinematic documentary, The Cloud of Unknowing has been nominated for the Best British & Irish Short Film Award, at the 38th London Film Critics' Circle Awards.
24 Irish and International short films have been selected to screen at the 2017 OFFline Film Festival next month, Wednesday October 11th- Sunday 15th.
Award-winning Cork comedy troupe and TV production company, CCCahoots, have completed their first short film, FitzGibbons’ Budget Funerals.
Check out Heartbreak, a wonderful new short film from Irish filmmaker Dave Tynan, starring Emmet Kirwan and Jordanne Jones.