Moving Irish Doc, Its Not Yet Dark, Released in Irish Cinemas on 13th October

Posted: 23rd August 2017

Following its US release, where it debuted to international critical acclaim, Frankie Fenton’s moving documentary, It’s Not Yet Dark, will be released in Irish cinemas on 13 October. Hailed by the New York Times as a film that moves from “unrelenting sadness toward inspiration&rdqu...

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Irish Film Industry in the Spotlight with Four More Irish Titles Added to the Toronto International Film Festival Line-Up

Posted: 15th August 2017

Congratulations to four more Irish films, which have been added to the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) line-up. David Freyne’s The Cured will receive its world premiere at TIFF, screening in Special Presentation at the festival, while Rebecca Daly’s Good Favour will be pr...

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Thirteenth Century Irish Epic, Pilgrimage, Released in US Cinemas Today, 11 August

Posted: 11th August 2017

Brendan Muldowney’s thirteenth century Irish epic, Pilgrimage, is released in US cinemas today, 11 August. The film, which is produced by Conor Barry and John Keville of Dublin’s Savage Productions alongside Benoit Roland of Wrong Men, has been described by the LA Times as “beauti...

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Three Irish Horror Films Now Available On Netflix

Posted: 10th August 2017

Three IFB-supported horror films, from Ireland’s Fantastic Films are now available on Netflix. Corin Hardy’s The Hallow (2015), Brian O’Malley’s Let Us Prey (2014) and David Keating’s Wake Wood (2011) are the latest Irish titles to be added to the on-demand streaming pl...

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