Dark Lies The Island

IndieCork Festival announces Closing Night Film – “Dark Lies The Island”

IndieCork Festival, the festival of independent film in Ireland, has announced several new exciting additions to the programme. A new Irish film – Dark Lies The Island – written by author Kevin Barry, directed byIan Fitzgibbon, and starring Pat Shortt, Tommy Tiernan and Moe Dunford has been announced as the festival’s Closing Night film screening […]

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A Bump Along The Way

IndieCork Festival announces Opening Night Film – “A Bump Along The Way”

IndieCork Festival, has announced it’s Opening Night film which has been produced, directed and stars all-female talent. The film, ‘A Bump Along the Way’ stars Bronagh Gallaher of Pulp Fiction and The Commitments fame.  ‘A Bump Along The Way’ won the Best Irish First Feature award at this year’s Galway Film Fleadh. The film will […]

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Female Directors focus at IndieCork

2019 Best Emerging Female Director competition announced

IndieCork Festival, Ireland’s festival of independent film, is delighted to announce that the award created in 2018 to help support Irish female film directors, will again take place for the 2019 edition. Commenting on the award, Chairperson of IndieCork, Dr. Eileen Hogan said: ‘IndieCork has created an award that is effective and meaningful in creating […]

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Awards

IndieCork Festival Award Winners 2018

BEST EMERGING IRISH FEMALE DIRECTOR Winner Coco Dreams Of Blue, directed by Caoimhe Clancy The Jury was impressed by the evocative direction and editing, strong central performance and innovative storytelling. Special Mentions Hold the Line, directed by Karen Kileen & Laura O’Shea The filmmaker told a strong, clear, well-acted, story making the most of her […]

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Kevin Tuohy, CIT Arts Office; Úna Feely, IndieCork Festival; and Pádraig Trehy, CIT Crawford College of Art & Design, at CIT Cork School of Music to announce “art(ist)FILM” - a new partnership between CIT and IndieCork Festival to present moving image works by student and graduate artists as part of the IndieCork Festival in October 2018. CIT Arts Office, CIT Crawford College of Art & Design, and CIT Cork School of Music will collaborate with the IndieCork Festival team to develop this initiative, and look forward to showcasing innovative, original work. Photo Amanda Higgins.

New Art Film Initiative with CIT

  CIT and IndieCork to present art(ist)FILM at IndieCork Festival, 7th – 14th October 2018 We are excited to announce “art(ist)FILM” – a new partnership between CIT Cork Institute of Technology, and IndieCork Festival,  which will present moving image works by student and graduate artists as part of the IndieCork Festival in October 2018. CIT […]

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Fan Liom

First Shorts Announced 2018 festival

First Shorts Announced We’re absolutely delighted to announce the first 21 Irish shorts selected for the 6th edition of the IndieCork Film Festival (October 7 -14). There’s some awesome talent on display here – in drama, animation, documentary, dance film, cinematic music promos, and experimental films – by female (7) and by male (14) directors. […]

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Hope is Noise

Collaboration Among the Arts: IndieCork Festival Music

What makes a festival a festival? – View Music Listing here. For IndieCork, the answer is simple, it’s a place to gather, drink coffee, watch films and experience enlightening workshops and attend live music performances. And with an added air of collaboration and a supportive vibe, it’s accomplished exactly that. “For our fifth year we […]

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Circles of the Sun

IndieCork Festival Gives Stage to Cork and Irish Filmmakers

Talent is the backbone of any independent festival. IndieCork, Cork City’s independent film and music festival, is built upon the creativity of Cork and Ireland’s filmmakers. This year’s films, running 8 -15 October, will feature an array of talented stories from shorts about serendipitous meetings in Dublin to a feature documentary looking at the lives […]

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