The programme is out now for the 2022 Kerry International Film Festival

The programme is out now for the 2022 Kerry International Film Festival

KIFF 2022 have also announced the recipient of their honorary Maureen O’Hara award. The Kerry International Film Festival (KIFF) have this morning launched their 2022 film festival program. Celebrating its 23rd edition, the long running festival will take place this year 20 – 23 October 2022 across a series of venues throughout Killarney, Co. Kerry, as…

National Cinema Day Announced For Saturday 3rd September

National Cinema Day Announced For Saturday 3rd September

Participating cinemas across Ireland will be offering €4 tickets – all day, all seats, all shows next weekend. On Saturday, 3rd of September, cinemas across the Republic of Ireland will celebrate National Cinema Day with admission tickets at participating cinemas reduced to just €4 (RSP) including Premium seats, screens and 3D screenings. Over 95% of…

access>CINEMA promises ‘Big Screens, Bigger Communities, Biggest Stories’

access>CINEMA promises ‘Big Screens, Bigger Communities, Biggest Stories’

Exhibition organisation access>CINEMA are stepping up their work in bringing cultural cinema across the country with a new campaign to continue welcoming audiences back in to their local cinema. Ahead of their upcoming slate of engaging & acclaimed films, access>CINEMA is showcasing the cultural significance of local film clubs, community cinemas and arts centres across…

‘Leave No Traces’ – powerful Polish political thriller in Irish cinemas June 10th

‘Leave No Traces’ – powerful Polish political thriller in Irish cinemas June 10th

access>CINEMA is releasing Polish political thriller Leave No Traces in Irish cinemas from June 10th. The film, which was Poland’s submission for Best International Feature for this year’s Oscars, recounts a notorious chapter in modern Polish history.  Directed by Jan P. Matuszynski, Leave No Traces begins in May 1983. High school student Grzegorz Przemyk and his older friend Jurek…

Ukrainian Appeal – Irish Filmmakers supporting international filmmakers

Ukrainian Appeal – Irish Filmmakers supporting international filmmakers

Irish filmmakers are currently raising funds for two organisations working on the frontline in Ukraine. A group of Irish-based filmmakers are appealing for donations with all funds collected going to Docudays UA and the International Coalition for Filmmakers at Risk. The collective of filmmakers are hosting a gofundme in support of these orgs in Ukraine,…