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Culture Night & Cork Film Festival

  Culture Night Screening: ‘Idir Dhá Shruth’    Scannán faisnéise faoin scríbhneoir Frank O’Connor. Insíonn an file Liam Ó Muirthile, nach maireann,...

Cork Film Festival July Newsletter

CFF18 Submisions Now Closed Submissions for the 2018 Cork Film Festival came to a close on Friday June 29th with a record number of films received...

AVA Free Short Film Library – 31 New Films Added

Today we are delighted to announce that the upgraded AVA Short Film library will be live from 11am. 31 additional titles from the 2017...

Cork Film Festival June Newsletter

Last call for Submissions! Late Deadline June 29th Calling All Filmmakers: This is our final call for submissions to the 63rd Cork Film Festival...

Cork Film Festival May Newsletter

Special Event - Thursday 31st May Cork Film Festival and Triskel Arts Centre Present The Irish premiere of The Ballad of Shirley Collins Screening...

Cork Film Festival April Newsletter

 Cork Film Festival seeks Marketing and Development Officer Cork Film Festival is now recruiting for the new role of Marketing and Development...

We Are Hiring!

We are seeking a Marketing and Development Officer to start in June! Cork Film Festival is seeking to recruit a dynamic, experienced,...

Cork Film Festival March Newsletter

Early Bird Submissions Deadline Approaching! Planning to submit your film for consideration in the 63rd Cork Film Festival this November? Then don't...

Cork Film Festival January Newsletter

Submissions Open for 63rd Cork Film Festival 9th -18th November 2018 Submissions are now open via FilmFreeway. Take advantage of the Early Bird...

Cork Film Festival December Newsletter

Merry Christmas from Cork Film Festival A big thank you to everyone who attended the 62nd Cork Film Festival this November, making it so successful...

Family Weekend Planner

FAMILY Welcome all budding film fans! Cork Film Festival’s Family Programme lights up the Big Screen with a fun packed programmme of film for young...

Photo Gallery: Opening Night Gala

Our Opening Night Gala The Man Who Invented Christmas was a sparkling affair and the perfect start to the 62nd Cork Film Festival. We were delighted...

International Shorts Programme

A guide to the International Shorts Programme. 36 bite-sized films from 5 continents.   Spoiled for choice? Treat yourself to a 7 Film Pass and see...

RTÉ Attend Opening Night Gala

  A huge thank you to all who attended our Opening Night Gala - The Man Who Invented Christmas, it was a magical evening and the perfect start to...

Triskel Lates at Cork Film Festival

Weekends after dark at Cork Film Festival are home to the Triskel Lates programme. These deliciously dark and twisty late-night screenings represent...

Documentaries at Cork Film Festival

A Lens on Life With over a third of our feature-length programme represented by documentary film, Cork Film Festival is the place to be for...

Volunteer With Cork Film Festival!

Cork Film Festival are looking for volunteers for a variety of roles to put the heart and soul of film onto the streets and screens of Cork! This is...

Highlights from the 62nd Cork Film Festival

The 63rd Cork Film Festival
9th – 18th November 2018

The Cork Film Festival is Ireland’s largest and first film festival and one of Cork’s most significant and popular annual cultural events.

Cork Film Festival is a local, national and international celebration of cinema, running annually for ten days in November in Cork. Award-winning films from the international film festival circuit, new discoveries and cinema classics are selected by our experienced curatorial team, to be premiered on the big screen in Cork. The Festival showcases the latest and best international and Irish features, documentaries and shorts, and includes programmes for schools, families, a focus on mental health, and specialist Industry Days.

If you attended the 2017 Festival, we would like to thank you for your support and we look forward to welcoming you back in 2018.