Toronto Irish Film Festival (TIRFF)

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THANK YOU

Thank you to everyone who submitted to this year’s Call For Submissions. We received a record number of films via FilmFreeway .

Now, the fun part – as we build out our 2017 festival line-up. Stay tuned for festival updates via Twitter and Facebook!

Ireland at the BAFTA’s

Irish talent picked up 4 nominations, with Consolota Boyle up for Best Costume for her work on Florence Foster Jenkins, Seamus McGarvey up for his cinematography on Nocturnal Animals, and Irish Film Board-backed short The Party up for Best British Short. Limerick native Ruth Negga is also competing for the Rising Star award.

Last year Irish nominees picked up 11 nominations, with John Crowley’s Brooklyn receiving six on its way to claiming Best British film. Among those that missed out are period drama Love & Friendship, which looked like a contender for Adapted Screenplay and Costume Design, and Ruth Negga for Best Actress for her role in Loving.

The Irish Film Board-backed short film The Party, which was one of their 1916-commerative After ’16 shorts, is primarily a Northern Irish affair set in a Troubles-best Belfast in 1972. The film, which is directed by Andrea Harkin, sees a young man welcome home his cousin and man-on-the-run Mickey to a party of drinking, dancing and young love. By morning, reality catches up with them.

The 70th BAFTA Film Awards will be held on 12 February 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Lunch Atop a Skyscraper – a #TIME100Photos project

Éamonn Ó Cualáin of Fócas Films is a Galway based filmmaker in Cill Chiaráin, Conamara and was recently commissioned by TIME magazine to work on their new #TIME100Photos project.

The project looks at 100 iconic world photographs and Éamonn’s film looks at the iconic NYC photograph ‘Lunch atop a Skyscraper’ which was taken on the 69th floor of the Rockefeller Centre in 1932. Since launching last week on the TIME website, the film already has over 1.5 million views!

Éamonn has previously produced the IFTA winning documentary ‘Men at Lunch‘ that traced the claim that two of the men in the iconic photograph ‘Lunch atop a Skyscraper’ were from Shanaglish in Co Galway.

Conal de Cléir, an Spidéal based film editor cut the short film.

To watch the 100 Photos Documentary Short ‘Lunch Atop a Skyscraper’, click HERE.

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