30 January 2024|
Cillian Murphy has won the Golden Globe for best performance by a male actor in a motion picture drama...
Read More → Cillian Murphy Thanks “Visionary Director” Christopher Nolan In His First Golden Globe Win For ‘Oppenheimer’
Poor Things has set an Oscar record and become the most Academy Award nominated Irish-produced film of...
Read More → Irish-produced Poor Things smashes Oscar nods record with 11 nominations
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland is delighted to welcome the programme launch of the 22nd Dublin International...
Read More → Dublin International Film Festival announces 2024 programme
THE FIRST IRISH language film ever to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival has won an Audience Award. The...
Read More → Kneecap win award with first Irish language film ever to premiere at Sundance Film Festival
11 January 2024|
In The Shadow of Beirut (Documentary) – Where to Watch In selected Irish cinemas now. Northern Lights...
Read More → Where to Watch 2023: the Irish films and TV released this year
2 January 2024|
Irish/Scottish feature film Spilt Milk has just wrapped principal photography in Dublin after completing a...
Read More → Spilt Milk wraps Principal Photography in Dublin
1 September 2023|
RTÉ’s new season Autumn line-up has been revealed with the national broadcaster promising over 30 hours of...
Read More → Irish dramas Obituary and Hidden Assets lead RTÉ Autumn line-up
30 June 2023|
Posted: 28th June 2023 Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland (Screen Ireland) is delighted to congratulate Claire...
Read More → Producer Claire McCabe and actor Rory Fleck-Byrne selected for 2023 UK & Ireland Stars of Tomorrow
The fifth edition of Docs Ireland begins today Tuesday 20th June and is packed with over 85 films and...
Read More → Don’t miss Screen Ireland supported documentaries screening at Docs Ireland this week
11 May 2023|
A new series has been announced of the BAFTA nominated comedy-drama, The Dry, which deals with one woman’s...
Read More → Second series of BAFTA-nominated comedy drama the Dry has been commissioned
30 January 2024
Civic Offices • Wood Quay, Dublin 8, D08 RF3F, Ireland
Phone: (+353) 01 222 2222 • Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm