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Irish co-produced horrors, Denis Bartok's Nails and Liam Gavin's A Dark Song will compete at the 35th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival.
Sundance Selects’ genre banner IFC Midnight has acquired the US rights to Liam Gavin’s IFB-backed feature debut A Dark Song.
The BFI London Film Festival has announced its lineup for the 2016 festival. The festival will host 380 features and shorts from 74 countries, including 7 from Ireland.
Liam Gavin's Irish co-produced horror A Dark Song will play in competition at the Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival (NIFFF), June 30 - July 8.
Over the coming months, a host of new Irish Film Board-backed feature films and documentaries will go on nationwide release.
Kaleidoscope Film Distribution (KFD) has picked up worldwide (excluding North America) rights to Liam Gavin’s feature debut A Dark Song.
The Glasgow Film Festival has announced the full line-up for their 13th annual festival and added 4 Irish films in the process.
The 61st Cork Film Festival will screen 19 Irish features and documentaries, as well as 39 Irish short, when it runs from November 11th to 20th, 2016.