MAZE achieves largest opening weekend for an Irish film in 2017

Posted: 26th September 2017

Stephen Burke’s critically acclaimed MAZE has achieved the biggest opening weekend of any Irish film in Ireland and Northern Ireland since Room in January 2016. The film opened without previews to over €141k (£124k) after its release, Friday 22 September, on 65 s...

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After ’16 Short Film, The Party, Shortlisted for European Film Award

Posted: 26th September 2017

Congratulations to Andrea Harkin’s IFB-funded short film, The Party, which has been shortlisted for a European Film Award. One of the IFB’s After ’16 shorts; the film received its world premiere at the Audi Dublin International Film Festival and went on to be nominat...

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Schedule and Speakers Announced for Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality Conference in Dublin

Posted: 22nd September 2017

Screen Training Ireland, in association with Audi Ireland and Audi Dublin International Film Festival, announce details of an Immersive Content Creation Conference at the RHA Gallery Dublin on Saturday, 23rd September. The conference takes place across two days, 23-24 September in Dublin, and will ...

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Documentary, Features

From Outstanding Reviews Announcing the Arrival of New Irish Talent, to Major Film Sales: Irish Film Makes Waves at the Toronto Film Festival

Posted: 21st September 2017

The Toronto Film Festival, generally seen as the informal kick-off to the international awards season, has seen critical acclaim and major sales for the strong line-up Irish films premiering there. From the “bold announcement of a brilliant new cinematic voice” in the form of Aoife McAr...

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