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Galway Film Fleadh extends its digital programme, Solstice
19 Jan 2021 | The Film Fleadh has decided to extend their winter season, Solstice, for an additional month. 
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40-strong short film programme announced for Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival
19 Jan 2021 | Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival (VMDIFF) has announced its exciting 2021 Short Films programme featuring 40 international and Irish films that are sure to delight, challenge and entertain audiences. 
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Irish music talent nominated for Hollywood Music Media Awards
18 Jan 2021 | Irish animated feature Wolfwalkers has been nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award for Best Original Score while Irish composer Eímear Noone is nominated for Best Original Song ‘Stand for Hope - When I Stand with You’ from the Irish animated film Two By Two: Overboard!. 
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Cinemagic launches Creative and Digital Technologies Academy to inspire young talent
14 Jan 2021 | The ground-breaking initiative brings the creative industries together with the Further Education and career sectors, to address the impact of Covid-19 on young people, and to showcase how partnerships focused on digital skills development and investment in young talent can create a strong pipeline to employment and local economy growth. 
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Ten projects shortlisted for 2021 Virgin Media Discovers & Screen Ireland Short Film Competition
13 Jan 2021 | Ten successful projects, selected from a pool of over 600 entries, have been shortlisted for the short film competition, which has an overall fund of €150,000. 
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Fionn O'Shea selected for European Shooting Stars Award 2021
12 Jan 2021 | Fionn O’Shea has been selected for the 24th edition of European Shooting Stars, a prestigious initiative to promote European acting talent. 
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Kings now streaming on Solstice, Galway Film Fleadh's archive programme
05 Jan 2021 | Solstice, Galway Film Fleadh’s winter season of earlier works of Irish cinema, has added the 2007 feature film Kings to its line-up. 
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Galway Film Fleadh announces Solstice; a digital Christmas programme reflecting on the first wave of Irish Film
15 Dec 2020 | The Galway Film Fleadh has revealed a digital programme celebrating the pioneers of the Irish film and television industry with a selection of films on offer from Irish filmmakers including Bob Quinn, Margo Harkin, and Lelia Doolan. 
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Guth Gafa to host Virtual Doc Day Afternoon this Sunday, December 13th
11 Dec 2020 | Guth Gafa International Documentary Festival has announced that it will be hosting its first-ever virtual Guth Gafa event – Doc Day Afternoon. 
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Irish comedy Deadly Cuts set to open VMDIFF; Wildcard secures rights for IRE/UK 2021 release
04 Dec 2020 | Wildcard Distribution have launched a teaser poster for Deadly Cuts to coincide with the announcement that they have acquired the films Irish and UK rights and are planning a theatrical release in summer 2021. 
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VM Dublin International Film Festival announces reimagined hybrid festival for 2021
04 Dec 2020 | The 2021 Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival (VMDIFF) will feature an exciting multi-platform programme of drive-in, cinema, and online screenings crafted to fit the challenges of the ‘new normal’ at this moment in time. 
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Inaugural Dublin International Comedy Festival kicks off this December 3rd & 4th
01 Dec 2020 | We talk to Maureen O’Connell about her new film festival in Dublin dedicated to comedy, which promises to offer up some much needed winter levity with an online programme of films and live stand-up acts. 
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Henry Glassie: Field Work wins NTR De Kennis van Nu Audience Award at InScience Film Festival
30 Nov 2020 | InScience is a highly unique festival in the Netherlands, an international platform for scientific documentaries. 
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Irish short A Better You from director Eamonn Murphy wins at the 38th Torino Film Festival
30 Nov 2020 | A Better You picked up the Best Short Film and the Premio RAI Cinema Channel Award at the 38th Torino Film Festival. 
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Submissions open for 33rd Galway Film Fleadh
27 Nov 2020 | Feature film submissions are now open for the 33rd Galway Film Fleadh, which will take from 6th – 11th July, 2021. 
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A Girl from Mogadishu announces several global virtual charity premieres & expert panel from Nov 25th- Dec 10th
24 Nov 2020 | In advance of its rescheduled release in Ireland and the UK on December 4th, Ifrah Foundation in collaboration with Wallace Global Fund will host a series of virtual premiere screening and high level panel events across the globe during the United Nations 16 days of activism against gender based violence. 
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Noel Brady's Full Circle picks up two international awards
18 Nov 2020 | Irish feature film Full Circle has picked up two awards abroad including Best Screenplay at the Antwerp International Film Festival and Best Editing at the Fusion Film Festival in Valencia. 
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Foyle Film Festival returns this November with Virtual Programme
17 Nov 2020 | In a year full of change and challenges, the 33rd Foyle Film Festival has gone virtual with many of the films in the programme reflecting this year’s theme. 
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CIFF announces Family Gala screening of Cartoon Saloon's Wolfwalkers this Sunday, November 15th
12 Nov 2020 | Cork International Film Festival has revealed a wonderful addition to their 65th programme for young audiences. 
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Belfast Media Festival hosts Kenneth Branagh for virtual In Conversation to celebrate the Festival's 11th edition
12 Nov 2020 | Kenneth Branagh talks about his optimism for the future of the Northern Ireland creative industries, the necessity for the arts at this time, his latest films Death On The Nile and Belfast, as well as giving practical advice to young people starting out in their careers, in a special interview to mark the 11th Belfast Media Festival (BMF) this Thursday, November 12th. 
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