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688 articles available in total starting from 12/09/2017. Last article published on 03/08/2021.

Review: The Queen v Patrick O’Donnell

Review: The Queen v Patrick O’Donnell

Tomás Seoighe’s docu-drama is a gripping film blowing the lid off the story of Patrick O’Donnell, the Irish republican executed for the murder of James Carey in 1883  

28/07 | Galway 2021

Jana Keeble  • Vice-dean for foreign affairs, VSMU

Interview: Jana Keeble • Vice-dean for foreign affairs, VSMU

“We encourage the participation of our students in international festivals and events”

Our conversation focused on the main learning opportunities offered to prospective students by VSMU’s Film and Television Faculty  

27/07 | /Slovakia

Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast ready for its world premiere at Toronto

Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast ready for its world premiere at Toronto

The Northern Irish helmer’s “most personal film” will star Caitriona Balfe and Jamie Dornan in the lead roles, alongside veterans Judi Dench and Ciarán Hinds  

27/07 | Production | Funding | UK

The Galway Film Fleadh announces its award winners

The Galway Film Fleadh announces its award winners

This year’s hybrid edition saw the triumph of Stacey Gregg’s Here Before, crowned as Best Irish feature, and Seán Breathnach’s Foscadh, winner of the prize for the Best Irish First Feature  

26/07 | Galway 2021

The Netherlands Film Fund invests €11.4 million in 28 new productions and 7 high-end series

The Netherlands Film Fund invests €11.4 million in 28 new productions and 7 high-end series

The agency’s contributions are estimated to generate over €43.7 million in production expenses in the Netherlands  

21/07 | Production | Funding | Netherlands

At Cannes, festival directors discuss how the pandemic is set to change future editions of their events

At Cannes, festival directors discuss how the pandemic is set to change future editions of their events

CANNES 2021: The conference, held on the Israeli pavilion during this year’s Marché du Film, saw the participation of several international festival directors  

21/07 | Cannes 2021 | Marché du Film

Review: The Velvet Queen

Review: The Velvet Queen

CANNES 2021: Marie Amiguet’s debut is a poetic documentary following wildlife photographer Vincent Munier and novelist Sylvain Tesson’s search for the mysterious snow leopard and much more  

21/07 | Cannes 2021

A Cannes conference organised by the European Audiovisual Observatory to discuss the production shift from theatrical to non-theatrical

A Cannes conference organised by the European Audiovisual Observatory to discuss the production shift from theatrical to non-theatrical

CANNES 2021: The online event, which took place during this year’s Marché du Film, explored the effects of COVID on production and consumption of audiovisual content  

20/07 | Cannes 2021 | Marché du Film

The Galway Film Fleadh is ready to host its 33rd edition

The Galway Film Fleadh is ready to host its 33rd edition

The Irish festival, unspooling from 20-25 July, will take place in a hybrid format, with in-person screenings for the first time in two years  

20/07 | Galway 2021

Review: A Radiant Girl

Review: A Radiant Girl

CANNES 2021: Sandrine Kiberlain’s debut feature, showing in Critics’ Week, is a patchy coming-of-age drama, lacking immersion and depth  

19/07 | Cannes 2021 | Critics' Week

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