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Phizzfest (Phibsborough Community & Arts Festival) are looking for a videographer to film a verbatim Dramatised Reading of events that took place at a Dublin City Council Meeting on 7th December 2015 which descended into farce and resulted in the defeat and binning of the Phibsborough Local Area Plan (the LAP) the . The Reading will last approx 30 minutes.

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Submissions are now open for the 61st Cork Film Festival 2016!

Submissions are now open for the 61st Cork Film Festival

Taking place from 11-20 November 2016. Ireland’s oldest film festival is Academy Awards® accredited, BAFTA affiliated and makes short film nominations to the European Film Awards. The Festival is Ireland’s premiere Talent Discovery and Development Festival, and has a rich programme of activities for emerging filmmakers. Competition includes awards for features, shorts and documentaries, some with cash prizes. Submit your film here.

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Women in the Irish Film Industry

Moving from the Margins to the Centre

When: Friday March 4th, 2016
Where: Mary Immaculate College, Limerick

The Department of Media & Communication Studies at Mary Immaculate College (MIC) is set to tackle the issue of gender inequality in the Irish film industry through its hosting of a day-long colloquium entitled “Women in the Irish Film Industry: Moving from the Margins to the Centre”.

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An Interview With Sir David Hare!


Book Tickets Now!

The IFI and Audi Dublin International Film Festival (ADIFF) are proud to welcome Sir David Hare who will participate in an interview with Sean Rocks of RTÉ Radio 1’s Arena ahead of a special screening of one of his most acclaimed films, The Hours.

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The First Cut! Youth Film Festival – Call for Submissions


If you are aged between 12 and 24 years and have made a short film in any of the above categories and would like to see it on the big screen, then get in contact with The First Cut Festival.

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