Pride Previews for Crossing across Ireland

Pride Previews for Crossing across Ireland

One of this year’s most anticipated films comes early across Ireland this month. To celebrate Pride month, MUBI & GAZE Film Festival are delighted to present special preview screenings of Crossing, a heartfelt vision of forgiveness from acclaimed director Levan Akin (And Then We Danced, Sweden’s 2019 Academy Award® entry). Audiences can enjoy an exclusive first look of…

Kerry International Film Festival announces new programming director for KIFF 2024

Kerry International Film Festival announces new programming director for KIFF 2024

Ahead of their milestone 25th edition, the Kerry International Film Festival have confirmed a shakeup. KIFF have revealed that Amy-Louise O’Callaghan has been appointed Programming Director for KIFF 2024. An IFI stalwart and frequent contributor to Film In Dublin’s own Pretty Deadly Films zine, O’Callaghan will be taking charge in the Kingdom this autumn. She…

Ransom ’79 – Charlie Bird’s final story in cinemas from 24th May

Ransom ’79 – Charlie Bird’s final story in cinemas from 24th May

The impact of former journalist and campaigner Charlie Bird remains celebrated today, after his passing earlier this year aged 74 following a long and high profile battle with Motor Neurone Disease. A new documentary from Mattress Men director Colm Quinn aims to show us what we’ve lost, charting the journo’s final investigation. Break Out Pictures…

IFI Local Films For Local People – bringing films from the archive back to the community

IFI Local Films For Local People – bringing films from the archive back to the community

IFI Local Films for Local People is an Irish Film Institute initiative  bringing films from the IFI Irish Film Archive back to the communities they came from . From Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls  in Co Clare, to capturing a beauty competition in Roscommon, a wet fair day in Borrisoleigh, Radharc’s wry film of holidays in Ballybunion in…

Lee Cronin signs first-look deal with New Line Cinema under new production company DOPPELGÄNGERS

Lee Cronin signs first-look deal with New Line Cinema under new production company DOPPELGÄNGERS

Lee Cronin, the Irish filmmaker whose work includes the box office hit Evil Dead Rise and Sundance favourite The Hole in the Ground, is joining forces with his long-standing partners Wild Atlantic Pictures’ John Keville and Macdara Kelleher (The Green Knight, Cocaine Bear) on a new production outfit – Doppelgängers. The newly launched company has signed a first-look…

DIFF 2024 Announcements – African Cinema spotlighted and a packed suite of shorts

DIFF 2024 Announcements – African Cinema spotlighted and a packed suite of shorts

More announcements are coming out about the programme for the 2024 edition of the Dublin International Film Festival. The biggest festival in the fair city of film will provide a festival spotlight this year on African cinema, with award winning entries from across the continent. Over 40 short films are also set to screen during…