Dublin Feminist Film Festival promotes and celebrates female filmmakers, dedicated to inspiring women of all kinds to become involved with filmmaking. The films showcased over the years at the festival have highlighted not just women on-screen, but also behind the camera, and stand as Dublin’s most prominent celebration of female filmmaking. This November, the Dublin…
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Redcon-1 spreads to Dublin for exclusive screenings of this zombie flick
A nation divided? Once thriving cities reduced to ruins? Shambling, brainless monsters praying on the innocent, destroying all hope? It’s not just Brexit, it’s also Redcon-1; a new, independent British zombie action/war film. Having screened in cinemas across the UK, the film is now making its way to Ireland, with some exclusive screenings for zombie fans…
IFI Horrorthon 2018 is a full festival of fear
The Irish Film Institute’s annual Horrorthon is just one week away, a mix of bloody madness and mayhem that showcases a diverse range of horror films from Ireland and abroad. With plenty of Irish premieres, a couple of Q&As, shorts, surprises and a looot of blood, the IFI Horrorthon 2018 is set to be another…
Making A Short Film – A Weekend Masterclass for Beginners
An upcoming masterclass in Dublin aims to teach upcoming filmmakers everything from pre to post production to make a great short film. Feature Film School are taking bookings for this class now, with an exclusive discount available now to Film In Dublin readers.
Katie Trailer for Katie Taylor
The trailer has been released for upcoming Katie Taylor doc Katie, Ross Whitaker’s stirring story of the resurgence of one of Ireland’s top sporting stars.
Movie Memories: Darren Mooney on Nolan, Negativity and knowing movies are bad when you’re 8
Blogger, podcaster, author, Darren Mooney is one of the hardest working names in the Irish critical community. A long-time writer on award-winning the m0vie blog, his one-stop shop for all things pop culture, Darren also contributes regularly to the Irish film monthly magazine CinÉireann and curates both the Scannain podcast and The 250, where he and Andrew Quinn…
The Dublin Greek Film Festival 2018 lives, shines
Returning to the fair city of film for it fourth year, the Dublin Greek Film Festival 2018 will present features, documentaries and short films from Greece along with special events at the Chester Beatty, The New Theatre and The Sugar Club this week.
DUST director dishes – a chat with Nigel Mulligan
DUST is a short film by Nigel Mulligan, a first-time director inspired by such film makers such as David Lynch, Terence Malick, Danny Boyle & Lars Von Triers. Scripted as well as directed by Mulligan, DUST aims to explore themes of addiction and psychosis, themes that are close to the director’s heart due to his work as a psychotherapist in the homeless sector.…
Hollywood Babylon 35mm Film Season will be showing classics in style
Tomorrow evening sees the return of one of Dublin’s top purveyors of cult classic cinema. Hollywood Babylon are back and kicking off eight months of crowd-pleasers at the Light House Cinema, starting with a true grindhouse great; The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice is summoned back to Dublin screens
A Halloween cult classic is finding its way back to Irish cinemas this month. Beetlejuice, newly remastered, will be playing in cinemas throughout the country for its 30th anniversary from October 26th, including screenings in some of Dublin’s top cinemas.