The 18th Kerry Film Festival will take place from October 19th to 22nd, 2017, and is now inviting filmmaker entries
Kerry Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Kerry Film Festival
WHERE: County Kerry, Republic of Ireland
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Kerry Film Festival (KFF) is an internationally recognized short film festival which takes place across the County of Kerry each October. KFF is renowned for celebrating the work of young filmmaking talent through a well established and lively short film competition that has been supported and endorsed by luminaries from the world of film such as Cillian Murphy, director Paul Greengrass, Jeremy Irons, Liam Neeson, and Gabriel Byrne. In addition the festival presents a whole host of screenings lighting up cinema screens from Tralee to Waterville with something on offer for everyone. Over the past 15 years KFF has become a vital element of Kerry’s cultural landscape offering a unique film experience to the local community as well as creating a ‘must attend’ cultural tourism event for visitors to the county.
Kerry Film Festival, an internationally recognised Irish Short Film Festival in the picturesque town of Killarney, Co. Kerry in the south west of Ireland, closed on Sunday night after five days of short film, feature film and film industry events.
The Kerry Film Festival, in Kerry, Ireland, which is celebrating eleven years of bringing film to Kerry, announced the winning short films from the 2010 edition of the festival. The 2010 Kerry Film Festival Award Winners are:Children’s Audience Award, THE END IS NIGHT, James Cotter When a farmer discovers an ancient amulet with the power to destroy the world, he does what any of us would do… Audience Award, CHRISTMAS SWIM, Keith Mannix While for […]