Pages Navigation Menu


Puffin Rock wins two Kidscreen awards

PUFFIN ROCK 230x240-5

Congratulations to the Irish animated series Puffin Rock

Congratulations to the Irish animated series Puffin Rock, which has won two prizes at the Kidscreen Awards.
Nominated in the Programming – Preschool category, Puffin Rock won the award for Best Animated Series and Best New Series. Coming from Kilkenny-based Cartoon Saloon, Derry-based Dog Ears and Penguin Books, Puffin Rock joined other winners on the night including Sesame Street and Horrible Histories.

Read More

ROOM takes over €1million at the Irish Box-Office

Room 230x240 3-1


ROOM continues its success story as it passes the €1 million euro mark in Ireland today, overtaking a string of Hollywood hits and Oscar contenders including Joy, Creed, The Danish Girl, The Hateful Eight and Bridge of Spies. Due to phenomenal demand, ROOM has now expanded to over 60 cinemas in Ireland and is expected to continue to perform strongly across all sites in the run up to the Academy Awards® on February 28th.

Read More

Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival

A COAT MADE DARK 230x240 3-1

‘A Coat Made Dark

The Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival is now in full swing, with the Irish animated short A Coat Made Dark screening in official selection. Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) has a stand at the event, which is located at Irish Stand #9 at the Short Film Market, Clermont Ferrand.

Read More

At the Evening Standard Film Awards

Brooklyn 230x240-21

Top Awards for ‘Brooklyn and ‘Room’ at the Evening Standard Film Awards

It was a strong evening for Irish film at the Evening Standard Film Awards, where Academy Award® contenders Brooklyn and Room each picked up a major prize.
The Evening Standard Film Awards are held to honour British and Irish talent in cinema and are voted for by top film critics.

Read More

In a world where the debate between good and evil rages on, just who is Hostage to the Devil?


New documentary explores the true story of Fr Malachi Martin – scholar, priest, writer, exorcist

Belfast, Northern Ireland (8th February, 2016) – Causeway Pictures today released the new trailer for the fascinating upcoming indie documentary Hostage to the Devil. Over 5 years in production, director Marty Stalker has made a film which examines age old questions about the existence of the Devil and the debate over good VS evil, all through the life of a controversial Irish-born Jesuit priest, Fr Malachi Martin.

Read More
Page 3 of 6« First...234...Last »