Running annually since 1956, this is one of Ireland’s premier cultural events, with a loyal and ever-increasing audience of general public, film lovers and filmmakers.
A special strand this year is Films from Romania, which includes both features and documentaries.Read More
From a small beginning in 1997 as the Irish Schools Video Competition, this festival has grown to a full blown festival, showcasing up to 200 films by young film-makers annually.
Budding film-makers aged between 7 and 18, compete for the title of Young Irish Film-maker, with the award ceremony an important part of the festival.Read More
The 2009 festival had a comedy theme, with showings in unusual venues such as the local bowling alley and cattle mart. We don’t yet know what 2010 will bring, but it will be good!
Dingle knows how to party and as well as the festival events there is lots of lively music and entertainment in the local public.Read More
Waterford film festival concentrates on short films with a very diverse programme of screenings, ranging from drama, comedy, documentaries and animation to experimental and student work.
There is a strong emphasis on young film makers, and Irish film makers in particular, primarily through a series of awards.Read More
There will be more than 130 screenings at this year’s Film Festival in Dublin, covering feature length films, shorts, documentaries, animated movies and a good programme for kids.
If you fancy yourself as a bit of a film buff you can test yourself in the film quiz competition, with heats taking place in branches of Dublin City Library.Read More