Aoife Crehan’s The Last Right, Carlo Mirabella-Davis’ directorial debut Swallow and Feras Fayyad’s exceptional film, The Cave win feature film awards at the 64th Cork Film Festival.
Cork Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Cork Film Festival
WHERE: Cork City, Ireland
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Cork International Film Festival’s mission is to present Ireland’s most exciting, diverse, and ambitious annual film festival, connecting and stimulating audiences and artists through a carefully curated selection of the best films, to create a unique shared cultural experience, rooted in Cork, open to the world.
CIFF is a local, national and international celebration of cinema, running for twelve days in November each year in Cork City
Cork Film Festival unveils packed program for 64th festival with the Irish premiere of Feras Fayyad’s gripping film on war-torn Syria The Cave as the Documentary Gala and Aoife Crehan’s comedy-drama debut The Last Right as the Irish Gala.
The much-anticipated drama Ordinary Love, starring Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville, will have its Irish premiere as the opening night film of the 64th Cork Film Festival.
Float Like a Butterfly, written and directed by Carmel Winters, which had its European Premiere as the Opening Night Gala film at the 63rd Cork Film Festival, went on to win the The Audience Award
The 63rd Cork Film Festival, running from November 9 to 18, 2018, will showcase Irish and international films with a focus on current global issues.
The European premiere of the award-winning Irish film, Float like a Butterfly from writer and director Carmel Winters, will be this year’s Opening Night Gala film of the 63rd Cork Film Festival
Irish short film Wave is the winner of the Grand Prix Irish Short at the Cork Film Festival 2017 Awards Ceremony.
Taking place across 10 days from November 10 to 19, 2017, this year’s 62nd Cork Film Festival, will screen more than 200 films, with the majority being Irish premieres.
Cork Film Festival Opens in Style Tonight with DANCER, Profiling Bad-Boy Ballet Star, Sergei Polunin
The 61st Cork Film Festival opens tonight, Friday, November 11, with the Irish premiere of Academy Award®-nominee Steven Cantor’s acclaimed documentary Dancer, profiling bad-boy ballet star, Sergei Polunin.
Irish film is in the spotlight at this year’s Cork Film Festival, with the European premiere of I Am Not a Serial Killer among the highly acclaimed homegrown productions to be screened from November 11 to 20, 2016.
The 2016 Cork Film Festival, Ireland’s oldest film festival, takes place November 11 to 20, 2016, and will screen more than 70 feature films
Tangerine won the prize for best feature film, Gradam Spiorad na Féile / Spirit of the Festival Award at the 60th edition of the Cork Film Festival. Sean Baker’s feature is a twisted, high-energy Christmas tale, which casts an unflinching and comical eye on LA’s sex industry and trans community. UK / Ukranian documentary The Russian Woodpecker was selected as the winner of the inaugural Gradam na Féile do Scannáin Faisnéise / Award for Cinematic […]