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Regular Deadline 20th May - Submit Your Film to CIFF2022 Now

The 67th edition of CIFF will take place 10th - 20th November and submissions are now open. We look for interesting new voices and work that pushes boundaries and takes risks, and we champion and celebrate excellence in filmmaking throughout our programme. We also recognise filmmakers’ achievements through our 10 Awards, three of which are Academy Award® qualifying. Regular Deadline: Friday 20th May.

Enjoy an Imaginative Assortment of Greek Short Films in CIFF’s Film Club: European Shorts Season

Our cinematic tour of Europe continues this month: dive into the Aegean Sea with a contemporary programme of Greek films guest-curated by our friends at Drama International Short Film Festival, Greece's leading short film festival. Join us for our next programme on Tuesday, 31st May at 6pm in The Gate Cinema, Cork.

Book Tickets & Passes Now for CIFF Film Club: European Shorts Season

Travel the length and breadth of Europe from the comfort of your cinema seat with a diverse and exciting programme of film shorts from different European countries. Experience Europe for less with our Film Club Passes such as the 3 x Film Club Season Pass for €30 (€27 Conc.). Students get even more bang for their buck with a 3 x Film Club Season Pass at €25.
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Discover film, reimagine the world.

Cork International Film Festival is a local, national and international celebration of cinema. CIFF’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.

The 67th edition will take place 10th – 20th November 2022.

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Submit your film to CIFF2022 now

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.

We look for interesting new voices and work that pushes boundaries and takes risks, and we champion and celebrate excellence in filmmaking throughout our programme. We also recognise filmmakers’ achievements through our 10 Awards, three of which are Academy Award® qualifying.

Submit your film by our Early Bird Deadline of Friday 11th March to avail of our discount fees.

 

Explore our history in the CIFF Digital Archive

Proudly presented in association with Founding Archive Partner University College Cork.

Cork International Film Festival’s unique archive, a treasure trove of precious materials tracking the history of modern film and Cork, amassed over 65 years, has been developed in partnership with the Department of Digital Humanities at University College Cork. A unique snapshot of modern film history and the history of Cork’s development, the archive is available to view online at corkfilmfest.ucc.ie containing photographs, programme covers and posters from previous Festival editions over the last 65 years.

 

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