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807 articles available in total starting from 19/06/2002. Last article published on 25/11/2022.

Review: Much Ado About Dying

Review: Much Ado About Dying

IDFA Best Director Award winner Simon Chambers comes uncomfortably close to his protagonist in his film, but then reveals a lot of himself, too  

25/11 | IDFA 2022

Ciaran Creagh • Director of Ann

Interview: Ciaran Creagh • Director of Ann

“We wanted to be with Ann and to give her a voice”

The Irish director tells us why he wanted to adapt the heart-wrenching true story of Ann Lovett for the big screen  

23/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Competition

Review: Ann

Review: Ann

Ciaran Creagh’s new feature uncovers an important page in Ireland’s history, but several technical and directorial flaws affect the quality of the end result  

23/11 | Black Nights 2022 | Competition

At Cartoon Business, panellists share three innovative concepts for financing animation

At Cartoon Business, panellists share three innovative concepts for financing animation

The talk explored Sow You Entertainment’s fair collaboration agreement, Aeon’s talent programme and mass co-production model, and Andarta Pictures’ new series financing model  

21/11 | Cartoon 2022 | Cartoon Business

Ann Oren’s Piaffe snags the Spirit of the Festival Award at Cork

Ann Oren’s Piaffe snags the Spirit of the Festival Award at Cork

The Irish gathering’s Award for Cinematic Documentary was bestowed upon Diem Ha Le’s Children of the Mist  

21/11 | Festivals | Awards | Ireland

Review: Hole in the Head

Review: Hole in the Head

Irish director Dean Kavanagh finds imaginative ways to bridge experimental and narrative cinema in a feature about narcissism, caring and filmmaking  

15/11 | Seville 2022

Marian Quinn’s second feature, Twig, enters production in Dublin

Marian Quinn’s second feature, Twig, enters production in Dublin

The picture will be a retelling of the Greek tragedy of Antigone, starring Sade Malone and Brían F O’Byrne in the leading roles  

26/10 | Production | Funding | Ireland

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Irish music documentary North Circular

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Irish music documentary North Circular

Luke McManus's film is billed as a musical trip through inner-city Dublin and is set to hit Irish cinemas on 2 December  

24/10 | Promotion | Ireland

Review: Nocebo

Review: Nocebo

Lorcan Finnegan blends psychological thriller with folk horror to produce a film with disturbing social content  

14/10 | Sitges 2022

Berlinale Generation hit The Quiet Girl surpasses the €1 million mark at the British and Irish box office

Berlinale Generation hit The Quiet Girl surpasses the €1 million mark at the British and Irish box office

Colm Bairéad’s coming-of-age drama has already broken several records for an Irish-language film and continues to reach new heights as the highest-grossing such film in history  

13/10 | Box Office | Ireland/UK

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