925 Productions has released the teaser trailer for their latest short documentary, Mr Yeats and the Beastly Coins.
The Bord Scann√°n na h√âireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) funded short film Personal Development can now be seen on United Airlines flights after securing a deal with the Tribeca Film Festival.
We continue our series of the Irish short films being showcased at the 2015 Galway Film Fleadh with New Irish Shorts 7. This programme featuring the premieres of a number of Irish Film Board backed shorts, including Blight, City of Roses, Filleadh an Athair, Unhinged, January Hymn, The Great Fall, Maidhm, Gesist, A Coat Worth Stealing, How Was Your Day?, and They Shoot People. Saturday July 11th, 12pm.
Bord Scann√°n na h√âireann/the Irish Film Board received 96 applications for their AFTER ‚Äô16 short film initiative to mark the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising.
Bord Scann√°n na h√âireann /the Irish Film Board (IFB) has extended the deadline for their new short film scheme AFTER '16 an additional four days to March 20th 2015.
IFB funded short film Personal Development has been selected to screen at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival April 15th to 26th 2015.
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.
The deadline for the Irish Film Board's AFTER ‚Äô16 Short Film Initiative has been extended until March 20th.
The Irish Film Board (IFB) has announced AFTER '16 a once-off initiative to fund up to 8 short films commemorating, celebrating and ruminating on 1916.