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…

A VOLTA for Huppert and more DIFF 2024 highlights

A VOLTA for Huppert and more DIFF 2024 highlights

The biggest event in the calendar in the fair city of film, the Dublin International Film Festival will take place in 2024 from Thursday 22nd February to Saturday 2nd March. In advance of announcing the full programme in January, the Festival like to announce early programme highlights before Christmas, and today they have revealed that screen legend…

GORM and Gal Pal Collective align for AJOYO

GORM and Gal Pal Collective align for AJOYO

An anticipated collaboration between The GALPAL Collective and GORM will take place this weekend. Celebrating Black Filmmakers this Black History Month, their ‘AJOYO’ has officially sold out. Their inaugural collaboration will take place on Saturday October 21st at Fuel HQ on Camden Street. Following the success of their sold out “Directed by Her” screening for…

Cork International Film Festival launches 2023 programme

Cork International Film Festival launches 2023 programme

One of Ireland’s biggest film festivals has launched its programme this evening. This November, the Cork International Film Festival will be showing some of the year’s most anticipated films, including exciting new releases from a number of Irish filmmakers. Cork International Film Festival (CIFF) has launched the programme for the 68th edition of the Festival.  The expanded…

IFI SCHOOLS PROGRAMME 2023/2024 LAUNCHES WITH THINK LANGUAGES WEEK SCREENINGS, EUROPA CINEMAS INITIATIVE, AND A TY MAKING HISTORY STRAND

IFI SCHOOLS PROGRAMME 2023/2024 LAUNCHES WITH THINK LANGUAGES WEEK SCREENINGS, EUROPA CINEMAS INITIATIVE, AND A TY MAKING HISTORY STRAND

This year’s Schools Programme by the Irish Film Institute has been revealed. A key strand of the cinema’s aims to exhibit, archive and educate, the launch for this school year includes films from Ireland and abroad to interest and enthrall students from across the island. The Irish Film Institute (IFI) today launches its comprehensive 2023/2024 Schools…

access>CINEMA announces Autumn film line-up for venues across the country

access>CINEMA announces Autumn film line-up for venues across the country

access>CINEMA, the organisation that supports regional cultural cinema exhibition in Ireland, has announced a vibrant and varied new line-up of films for their Autumn season.  These films can be seen at access>CINEMA venues across their national network of non-profit and voluntary organisations. Films available to audiences throughout Ireland in the Autumn programme include: – Lakelands, the…

National Cinema Day returns on Sat 2nd Sept, cinemas offer €4 tickets all day 

National Cinema Day returns on Sat 2nd Sept, cinemas offer €4 tickets all day 

 On Saturday, 2nd 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.  The 2023 initiative is supported by Screen Ireland. Last year’s National Cinema Day was a huge success in Ireland, with over 200,000 admissions for that single day,…

Irish language film Tarrac sails into cinemas this October

Irish language film Tarrac sails into cinemas this October

An eagerly anticipated Irish film that’s had success on the festival circuit is set for a wider release this autumn. Directed by Declan Recks, Tarrac premiered last year at the 2022 Galway Film Fleadh and later headlined the it’s home county festival, the Kerry International Film Festival. Set in the Kingdom itself, the film tells the story…