An Irish Cinema Review will take place during the 25th edition of the International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography CAMERIMAGE.
After 2 weeks of intense campaigning and over 8,000 votes, we are ready to announce the results of the Scannain Readers' Favourite Irish Film of 2016.
Yesterday the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominees for the 74th Golden Globe awards, and there's more than a few Irish in there.
The Sydney Film Festival announced the line-up and schedule for their 63rd film festival with a special programme including a Focus on Ireland.
Celebrating our national holiday, St. Patrick’s Festival will bring together 3,000 artists, musicians, dancers, poets and performers in a stunning programme
The London Film Critics’ Circle have announced the nominees for their annual awards, with Irish film to the fore in the nominations.
2016 was a bumper year for Irish films at the cinema. Now it's your opportunity to vote for what was your favourite of the year's Irish film releases.
With almost 30 Irish feature films being released in the calendar year 2016 we decided to take a look at our Top 10 Irish Films of 2016.
With a box-office total of over €1.3m in Ireland alone,Room is the No.1 Irish film released this year, beating The Young Offenders and Sing Street.
Once director John Carney’s brilliant musical drama Sing Street arrives on Blu-ray and DVD August 8th, and on Digital Download August 1st via Lionsgate.