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Silk Road International Film Festival Masterclass Line-Up
23 Feb 2017 | The 5th instalment of the international festival runs from March 8th-12th in Dublin, with training events lined up on film scoring, editing and directing from acclaimed professionals. 
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IFTA to host Martin Scorsese for Masterclass in Dublin and Present John Ford Award
18 Feb 2017 | Legendary filmmaker to receive John Ford Award, and participate in industry masterclass in Dublin next weekend. 
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Happenings to host open-air Screenings of ‘In America’ & ‘Sing Street’ at Swords Castle
16 Feb 2017 | In conjunction with Patrick’s Day Festival and Fingal County Council, the classic Irish title from Oscar-nominated director Jim Sheridan and John Carney’s musical box office hit will screen on Thursday, March 16th free of charge. 
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Irish Film Board to host ‘Without Name’ Case Study with Lorcan Finnegan
15 Feb 2017 | The IFB have announced a panel discussion of the horror film from young Irish director Lorcan Finnegan which screened at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. 
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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017 Submission Deadlines
14 Feb 2017 | The UK-based festival has been running for over twenty years, now not only showcasing the best of modern documentaries but interactive and VR projects in the Alternate Realities Programme, in addition to the Meet Market and Alternate Realities Market. 
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Participants Announced for Junior Entertainment Talent Slate (JETS) ahead of Berlinale Launch
13 Feb 2017 | The initiative is designed to support emerging filmmakers with their first, second or third feature film productions in a world competitive market, and is open to Irish participants for the first time. 
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BAFTA wins for ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ & ‘I, Daniel Blake’
13 Feb 2017 | There were BAFTA wins for ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ which took away Best Animated Film and ‘I, Daniel Blake’ which won Outstanding British Film at the British Film Academy awards which took place at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 12th February. 
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Newport Beach Film Festival now Accepting Submissions
10 Feb 2017 | The 18th annual festival based in California which runs from April 20th-27th, is seeking Irish films for entry to the Irish cinema program. 
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Irish Titles at the European Film Market in Berlin
09 Feb 2017 | The EFM kicks off today and runs until February 17th with a range of Irish titles selling and going to market including the recently completed ‘Belly of the Whale’ (Morgan Bush) and the highly anticipated ‘Black ‘47’ (Lance Daly). 
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SXSW to mark World Premiere of ‘Song of Granite’ from Pat Collins
09 Feb 2017 | The feature project examining the life of traditional Irish singer Joe Heaney has been selected for the 24 Beats Per Second stream at the upcoming festival, which runs from March 10th-19th. 
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Fingal Film Festival 2017 Open for Submissions
02 Feb 2017 | The annual festival has revamped this year to attract wider audiences with the inclusion of live music, outdoor screenings and comedy in a new Summer format running on August 11th and 12th in Swords Castle. 
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Submissions Open for First Cut! Youth Film Festival 2017
01 Feb 2017 | The eighth annual festival is currently accepting short films with a run time of fifteen minutes or less by filmmakers aged between twelve and twenty-four, from individuals, schools, colleges or youth groups. 
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‘George Best: All By Himself’ to premiere in Belfast ahead of Cinema Release
01 Feb 2017 | The new documentary on sports legend George Best was was commissioned by BBC and is set to screen at Movie House, Dublin Road in conjunction with the Belfast Film Festival on Thursday February 16th. 
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Irish Film Institute unveils its 2017 plans
27 Jan 2017 | IFI unveiled exciting plans for 2017 across its core areas of exhibition, preservation and education. The year ahead brings new programming events, seasons, and partnerships, alongside festival favourites, key film strands, and the continued development of the hugely successful IFI Player. 
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Cinemagic’s Festival for Young People Launch Call for Young Film Critics in Dublin
26 Jan 2017 | The Cinemagic International Film and Television Festival for Young People, is giving the chance for young Irish film fans to be on Cinemagic’s Dublin Jury Panel. Choosing the winning films at the 10th annual Cinemagic festival taking place from the 5th -14th May 2017. 
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Irish Film Co-Production ‘Nymphet’ Takes Top Prize in Amsterdam
25 Jan 2017 | ‘Nymphet’, a short film co-production between Ireland, Belgium and the Netherlands took the top award of ‘Best Film’ at the Amsterdam Shortcutz awards 2017. 
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Ruth Negga & Consolata Boyle Lead Irish 2017 Oscar Nominations
24 Jan 2017 | Congratulations to Irish Oscar 2017 nominee's Ruth Negga & Consolata Boyle. 
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MIPTV Early Bird Save 30% Rate Ends 24th January
24 Jan 2017 | MIPTV, The Global TV and Digital Content Market takes place from the 3rd to the 6th April at the Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France. It is the biggest international TV & content market for professionals and if you register for tickets online before 24th January you can save over 30%. 
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Galway Film Fleadh 2017 opens call for entries for feature films
23 Jan 2017 | The Galway Film Fleadh is now accepting feature submissions for the 2017 edition of the festival, which will run from 11th - 16th July. 
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‘It’s Not Yet Dark’ Director Frankie Fenton talks Sundance and filming Simon Fitzmaurice
20 Jan 2017 | Fenton’s debut feature film comes in the form of a moving documentary on his fellow Irish director, who was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease in 2008. 
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