Kate Dolan is one of the fastest rising directors working in Ireland at the moment. The last year in particular has seen Kate’s 2017 horror short Catcalls feature at numerous festivals both at Ireland and abroad, including Women in Horror Month, Fantasia, GAZE, Frightfest and more. Kate has also contributed to the rising profile of Irish bands like…
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Irish horror The Hole in the Ground to have world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival
New Irish horror film The Hole in the Ground, directed by Lee Cronin will have its World Premiere at the renowned Sundance Film Festival this January, ahead of its Irish cinema release in early 2019.
An ode to 80s fantasy and Irish storytelling, TETHERED seeks support
A love letter to Irish mythology with a feminist twist, short film TETHERED is an intriguing project currently seeking crowdfunding. takes a look at two different women harshly punished for being young. TETHERED is a dark, bittersweet and supernatural Irish fantasy film that promises to explore the power of folklore, family and friendship. The short…
Kinopolis Polish Film Festival returns this December
13 isn’t always an unlucky number, and so it has proved for Kinopolis, Dublin’s Polish Film Festival which will be hosting it’s 13th edition at the Irish Film Institute this December. For years the Kinopolis Polish Film Festival has been one of the highlights of the IFI’s international programming, packing out audiences with a celebration…
There’s nothing iffy about the Iffy Film Festival
‘iffy‘ it is a bite sized short film festival on the Liffey, at the Pearse Street Theatre. For less than the price of your typical cinema ticket, the festival will be screening a carefully curated selection of short films, with a wine reception as well if you’re feeling extra fancy.
Jaws in Concert – A Sensory Experience
You think you’ve seen Jaws. But have you heard it? Have you really listened?
Finding Filmmakers: Firehouse Film Contest November 2018
The Firehouse Film Contest is a monthly short film festival held in A4 Sounds on Dorset Street, showcasing the very latest efforts from Irish filmmakers, hot off the press. We’ve got the November results and a chat with one of the winners at this month’s screenings, which took place on November 4th.
Tis the season to be merry as Light House announce Naughty or Nice 2018
Normally we at Film In Dublin wouldn’t be on board with breaking out the fairy lights and tinsel for Christmas while the Halloween pumpkins haven’t even rotted yet. But for the Light House Cinema’s Naughty or Nice season, we’re always willing to make an exception. An annual season of seasonal classics featuring all your comforting…
No Long Waits for Screenings of The Belly of the Whale
New Irish feature The Belly Of The Whale starring Pat Shortt (Garage, Calvary) will be released in Irish cinemas on Friday 7th December.