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Cork Film Festival

Cork Film Festival

Friday, 09 November 2018 until Sunday, 18 November 2018

Submissions are now open for the 2017 edition of the Cork Film Festival, which will take place over 10 days, from 10th – 19th November. The Festival will be hosted in a variety of City Centre locations, ensuring that Festival-goers not only enjoy the best in cultural cinema, but are also exposed to all that this vibrant yet historic city has to offer.

The Festival welcomes all forms of film production – animation, experimental, student work, documentary, etc

One of Ireland’s oldest film festivals, the Cork Film Festival plays a rich selection of the best of contemporary, global cinema, and is always on the look out for interesting new voices.

The Cork Film Festival is accredited by the following Awards Academies:

• Academy Awards®: winners of the Grand Prix Irish Short and the winner of the Grand Prix International Short categories, qualify for the long list of the Academy Awards® for the Animated Short Film/Live Action Short Film category.
• BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television): filmmakers whose British shorts are selected for competition in the Festival’s Grand Prix Internationals short competition can enter their films for BAFTA consideration
• European Academy Awards: Festival juries submit a short film nomination to the European Film Academy Awards.


 

 

The Festival operates out of the Cork Opera House, the Triskel Christchurch,  and the Gate Cinema. In 2013 there were just over 100 events: 80 feature film presentations of which 25 are documentaries; 20 Shorts@CFF events powered by new sponsor Vimeo; and ten Special Events. Both the feature film and Shorts@CFF programmes were a mixture of invited (best of Festivals, work known to the Fest, catch up on films released but which have not played Cork, and previews) and submitted films.

Shorts@CFF was a separate sub-Fest and was a mixture of themed presentations of shorts; programmes of shorts competing for CorkShorts (€500 prize), Grand Prix International (€1,000) and Irish (€1,500); a retrospectives of filmmaker Chris Shepherd; opening and closing parties and a Festival Club in the Triskel presented by Vitaphonic; and a series of learning events. The Festival saw the first presentation in Ireland of Emerge, a three hour conference exploring the intersection of technology and film.

- See more at: http://www.corkfilmfest.org/about/organisation/#sthash.B4VIRn2s.dpuf

The Festival operates out of the Cork Opera House, the Triskel Christchurch,  and the Gate Cinema. In 2013 there were just over 100 events: 80 feature film presentations of which 25 are documentaries; 20 Shorts@CFF events powered by new sponsor Vimeo; and ten Special Events. Both the feature film and Shorts@CFF programmes were a mixture of invited (best of Festivals, work known to the Fest, catch up on films released but which have not played Cork, and previews) and submitted films.

Shorts@CFF was a separate sub-Fest and was a mixture of themed presentations of shorts; programmes of shorts competing for CorkShorts (€500 prize), Grand Prix International (€1,000) and Irish (€1,500); a retrospectives of filmmaker Chris Shepherd; opening and closing parties and a Festival Club in the Triskel presented by Vitaphonic; and a series of learning events. The Festival saw the first presentation in Ireland of Emerge, a three hour conference exploring the intersection of technology and film.

- See more at: http://www.corkfilmfest.org/about/organisation/#sthash.B4VIRn2s.dpuf

vThe Festival operates out of the Cork Opera House, the Triskel Christchurch,  and the Gate Cinema. In 2013 there were just over 100 events: 80 feature film presentations of which 25 are documentaries; 20 Shorts@CFF events powered by new sponsor Vimeo; and ten Special Events. Both the feature film and Shorts@CFF programmes were a mixture of invited (best of Festivals, work known to the Fest, catch up on films released but which have not played Cork, and previews) and submitted films.

Shorts@CFF was a separate sub-Fest and was a mixture of themed presentations of shorts; programmes of shorts competing for CorkShorts (€500 prize), Grand Prix International (€1,000) and Irish (€1,500); a retrospectives of filmmaker Chris Shepherd; opening and closing parties and a Festival Club in the Triskel presented by Vitaphonic; and a series of learning events. The Festival saw the first presentation in Ireland of Emerge, a three hour conference exploring the intersection of technology and film.

- See more at: http://www.corkfilmfest.org/about/organisation/#sthash.B4VIRn2s.dpuf

The Festival operates out of the Cork Opera House, the Triskel Christchurch,  and the Gate Cinema. In 2013 there were just over 100 events: 80 feature film presentations of which 25 are documentaries; 20 Shorts@CFF events powered by new sponsor Vimeo; and ten Special Events. Both the feature film and Shorts@CFF programmes were a mixture of invited (best of Festivals, work known to the Fest, catch up on films released but which have not played Cork, and previews) and submitted films.

Shorts@CFF was a separate sub-Fest and was a mixture of themed presentations of shorts; programmes of shorts competing for CorkShorts (€500 prize), Grand Prix International (€1,000) and Irish (€1,500); a retrospectives of filmmaker Chris Shepherd; opening and closing parties and a Festival Club in the Triskel presented by Vitaphonic; and a series of learning events. The Festival saw the first presentation in Ireland of Emerge, a three hour conference exploring the intersection of technology and film.

- See more at: http://www.corkfilmfest.org/about/organisation/#sthash.B4VIRn2s.dpuf

The Festival operates out of the Cork Opera House, the Triskel Christchurch,  and the Gate Cinema. In 2013 there were just over 100 events: 80 feature film presentations of which 25 are documentaries; 20 Shorts@CFF events powered by new sponsor Vimeo; and ten Special Events. Both the feature film and Shorts@CFF programmes were a mixture of invited (best of Festivals, work known to the Fest, catch up on films released but which have not played Cork, and previews) and submitted films.

Shorts@CFF was a separate sub-Fest and was a mixture of themed presentations of shorts; programmes of shorts competing for CorkShorts (€500 prize), Grand Prix International (€1,000) and Irish (€1,500); a retrospectives of filmmaker Chris Shepherd; opening and closing parties and a Festival Club in the Triskel presented by Vitaphonic; and a series of learning events. The Festival saw the first presentation in Ireland of Emerge, a three hour conference exploring the intersection of technology and film.

- See more at: http://www.corkfilmfest.org/about/organisation/#sthash.B4VIRn2s.dpuf

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