Category Archives: Film in Ireland
Tweet To continue with our feature on “10 great reasons to visit Ireland in 2015”, part 3 takes us to the South Coast of Ireland and particularly to the counties of Cork, Kerry and Waterford.
The third annual SUBTITLE European Film Festival takes place in Kilkenny City between 24th and 30th November 2014. Continue reading
This year marks the 59th edition of the Cork Film Festival, which takes place between the 7th & 16th November. Continue reading
The Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival is one of Ireland’s leading multi-disciplinary arts festivals and runs from 5th to 20th September 2014. Continue reading
Tweet Galway is synonymous with festival fun and this summer features a mix of exciting festivals that attract thousands of visitors each year. One such festival worth noting is the Galway Film Fleadh which is one of Ireland’s leading and … Continue reading
Tweet Of the many reasons to visit West Cork this May, one could be the chance to check out the many cultural events highlighted in the many local festivals of the region held over the summer. With this month throwing up … Continue reading
Tweet The upcoming summer season is finally drawing close. With summer vacations on everyone’s mind, there is no better time to enjoy a trip to Ireland than in summer time. Whilst on a vacation in Ireland, a trip to the wonderful … Continue reading
Tweet Northern Ireland is known for its glorious scenery and a wealth of tourist attractions from the Titanic Centre to the Giants Causeway, however it is quickly becoming known as home to the Game of Thrones series.
Ireland has witnessed huge growth in the number of TV and film productions choosing it as their preferred location for filming such as Penny Dreadful, Quirke, Vikings and, of course, Game of Thrones. Continue reading
The 2014 Dingle International Film Festival takes place between 14th and 17th March and will hosted at both The Phoenix Cinema & St. James’ Church. Continue reading