The nominations for the 89th Academy Awards have been announced, with nods for Ruth Negga, Consolata Boyle, and The Lobster.
Amazing news from the U.S. where Irish Film Board backed films The Lobster and Love & Friendship have just opened to huge box-office returns.
With almost 30 Irish feature films being released in the calendar year we decided to take a look at our Top 10.
Four more Irish films will play the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, with Viva, The Lobster, Love & Friendship, and Sing Street joining the previously announced world premieres of Mammal and The Land of the Enlightened.
Love & Friendship continues its impressive run in international markets, entering the Top 10 in Ireland, the UK, the US, and The Netherlands.
Brooklyn, Room, The Lobster, Ronan, Fassbender, Donoghue, and Fingleton nominated for BAFTA awards.
Irish co-production The Lobster comes to Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital on February 8th. The film stars Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, and Ben Whishaw.
The Lobster and Love & Friendship are building on their record opening weekends by posting big numbers again at the US box-office.
There was more good news for Irish films this weekend at the European Film Awards in Berlin, with Irish co-productions The Lobster and Song of the Sea picking up awards.