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Submissions now open for 8th Richard Harris International Film Festival
12 Feb 2020 : News Desk
8th Richard Harris International Film Festival
The 2020 festival will be a 7-day event taking place in Limerick leading up to and during the Bank Holiday weekend October 20th – 26th 2020.

The IFTA Affiliated International Film Festival, one of Ireland’s fastest-growing Film Festivals with a unique programming perspective and Interactive Media Technology Summit has opened submissions for the 2020 Festival.


Chair of the festival, Rob Gill said:

"The highlight of the festival each year is our Awards show. It is always gratifying to see our awards winners and alumni go on to great success.  In 2018, Detainment was a multi-award winner at the festival and of course, went on to be nominated for an Academy Award. Last year's best feature winner Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World won an international Emmy."

Categories Include:

  • Short Film
  • Feature Film Competition
  • Self-Tape Competition
  • Documentary Competition 
  • New Media – 2019 was the inaugural year for accepting VR, AR and other new media entries.

The Richard Harris International Film Festival is part of the Global Irish Festival series supported by Failte Ireland, The Department of Foreign Affairs and Limerick City & County Council.

Click here for more information and to submit.




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