DINGLE IFF are now Open for Submissions for 2019

By maurice on Monday, September 10th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Maurice Galway, Short Films, Soho House, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

Dingle International Film Festival is delighted to announce that it is now open for submissions from short film makers. Each year Dingle IFF receives hundreds of submissions from short filmmakers, from which it will select its prestigious Shorts Programmes. Slots in these programmes are coveted and not easy to come by. The adjudication process for […]


Dingle International Film Festival is a Continuing Success

By maurice on Monday, March 26th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Irish film festival, Maurice Galway, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

Dingle International Film Festival is a Continuing Success.   Professionals and film enthusiasts met again at the annual Dingle International Film Festival. The 12th instalment offered extraordinary screenings and a diverse programme from the 22nd to 25th March. Over the four days, the festival welcomed over 2,000 visitors from countries Ireland and all around the […]


Happy St. Patrick’s Day from Dingle International Film Festival.

By maurice on Friday, March 16th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Maurice Galway, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

Dingle International Film Festival are preparing for their annual event, scheduled to take place next week, 22 – 25 March 2018. As we dive into St. Patrick’s weekend, we are proud to promote the extraordinary Irish talent that will be showcased this year. Here is our full listing of our Irish features: Black ’47 – […]


Family Events Announced for Animation Dingle Festival 2018.

By maurice on Monday, March 12th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Maurice Galway, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

  Animation Dingle Festival are proud to announce a weekend filled of family entertainment. The annual festival will take place from 22 – 25 March 2018. From dazzling originals to enchanting adaptations, children and parents alike will have a variety of screenings and events to attend.   Christmas in Dingle St. James’ Church will be dressed […]


Black ‘47 to screen at Dingle International Film Festival

By maurice on Friday, March 9th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

  Dingle International Film Festival, in collaboration with Wildcard Distribution, will screen the highly anticipated Black ‘47 on  March 24th. Director Lance Daly’s Black ‘47 illustrates Ireland’s greatest tragedy. During the The Great Hunger, one million Irish people starved, another million immigrated. The country plummeted into suffering and darkness like never before. 170 years later, […]


Dingle IFF announce second screening of The Camino Voyage/ Iomramh an Chamino.

By maurice on Thursday, March 8th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Maurice Galway, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

Dingle International Film Festival is delighted to announce that, due to popular to demand, they will host a second screening of The Camino Voyage/Iomramh an Chamino on Sunday 25th March at the Phoenix Cinema. An epic 2,500 km modern day celtic odyssey, The Camino Voyage/Iomramh an Chamino is directed by Dónal Ó Céilleachair. Five men […]


Dingle International Film Festival, in association with BBC Arena, is proud to present the European premiere of Bob Dylan: Trouble No More.

By maurice on Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

In 1979, Dylan declared himself as a born-again Christian, leaving fans startled. It was not unusual for Dylan to leave his fans perplexed. In 1965, he outraged folk purists with an electric guitar. He has never been afraid to confound his audience in the pursuit of his own vision or prioritise his artistic integrity. He […]


Wonda VR Masterclass at Dingle International Film Festival.

By maurice on Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Maurice Galway, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

Wonda VR, supported by the French Embassy, will demonstrate their latest technology in the Dingle Hub on Friday, 23rd March. The one-day workshop is an introduction to virtual reality and an initiation to Wonda VR. This event promises to be a unique experience. Since the company was established in 2016, they have sold millions of […]


Dingle Pow-Wow 2018

By maurice on Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

  Dingle Pow-Wow, supported by Screen Training Ireland, is back for its second year with an outstanding line-up of industry experts and stars. With a combination of seminars and a networking lunch, this event is essential to learn about the exciting film and television industry. On 24 March 2018 in the Blasket Centre, our annual […]


Seán Mac an tSíthigh – Feature Presentation

By maurice on Thursday, March 1st, 2018 in Dingle Cinema, Dingle Film Festival, Dingle Things to do, Film Festival Ireland, Independent Film Festivals, Irish film festival, Maurice Galway, Short Films, the Phoenix Cinema. No Comments

  Dingle International Film Festival announce special guest for 2018. The Dingle International Film Festival is excited to announce RTÉ video journalist Seán Mac an tSíthigh as a special guest for their 12th instalment. The festival will run from 22-25 March 2018. The West Kerry native will present an archive of his work from the last decade. Seán provides provincial, national and […]



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