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1029 articles available in total starting from 12/09/2017. Last article published on 22/05/2022.

Circles of the Sun: A dark odyssey set in 2035

Circles of the Sun: A dark odyssey set in 2035

Alan Lambert presented his thrilling new sci-fi feature, starring Yalda Shahidi, Dean Kavanagh and Jann Clavadetscher, at IndieCork  

17/10/2017 | IndieCork 2017

Ireland's Ministry of Culture provides the Irish Film Board with an additional €1.5 million

Ireland's Ministry of Culture provides the Irish Film Board with an additional €1.5 million

The initiative by Minister Heather Humphreys increases the available funding for 2018 by 9%  

17/10/2017 | Funding | Ireland

I’m Talking to You: The surreal life of a trainee Irish Guard

I’m Talking to You: The surreal life of a trainee Irish Guard

Thomas Quain's first feature, presented at IndieCork, delves into the role of the police in contemporary Irish society  

13/10/2017 | IndieCork 2017

Blue Dawn: An ode to love and family

Blue Dawn: An ode to love and family

Nadj Foley's debut feature, screening at IndieCork, portrays the life of a young Irish veteran after the war in Afghanistan  

12/10/2017 | IndieCork 2017

James Mulvey  • Programming advisor, IndieCork

Interview: James Mulvey • Programming advisor, IndieCork

“Our aim is to celebrate independent film on a local, national and international level”

We had a chat about the present and the future of the IndieCork festival with James Mulvey, its programming advisor  

10/10/2017

The “rebel city” is ready to host the fifth edition of IndieCork

The “rebel city” is ready to host the fifth edition of IndieCork

The line-up of the prestigious Corkonian film festival has been officially announced and will start to unspool on Sunday 8 October  

06/10/2017 | IndieCork 2017

New funding scheme announced to support Irish comedy on the international market

New funding scheme announced to support Irish comedy on the international market

RTE and the Irish Film Board are ready to promote quality comedy series with high export potential  

02/10/2017 | Television | Ireland

Maze sets the yearly record for the biggest opening weekend for a domestic film

Maze sets the yearly record for the biggest opening weekend for a domestic film

Stephen Burke’s feature enjoyed the highest-grossing weekend for an Irish film in 2017  

29/09/2017 | Box office | Ireland

Ireland chooses Pat Collins’ Song of Granite as its Oscar submission

Ireland chooses Pat Collins’ Song of Granite as its Oscar submission

The Irish folk songs of Joe Heaney will represent the Emerald Isle at the 2018 Academy Awards  

12/09/2017 | Oscars 2018 | Ireland

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