The Dingle International Film Festival (Dingle IFF) website has been launched for this year’s programme, and to celebrate this launch, we have a very special list of screenings to announce. Dingle IFF is one of the foremost destinations in the national film festival circuit, and this year, there are many diverse and splendid screenings on offer for the first time in Ireland. These discoveries feature both established and new talent from the international film industry, and you can be the first in the country to see them on the big screen. Covering all genres of films, these enthralling Irish premieres are an unmissable experience for filmgoers of all ages.

List of Irish Premieres: Stanley a Man of Variety, Hopper: In His Own Words, The Karamazoffs (A Walk on the SoHo Years), The Girl Without Hands, Bakerman, Apricot Groves.
European Premieres: Wilderness, The Other Kids.
World Premieres: Rath
Special Presentations: Free Fire, The Secret Scripture, Sully, Personal Shopper


Dingle IFF 2017 is one of our biggest years for Irish premieres, and we are delighted to be given the opportunity to screen them for the local film-loving audience at the culturally revered Phoenix Cinema and St James’ Church. Dingle IFF 2017 has launched—come and join the ride.

To read the full release, check up on: http://www.dinglefilmfestival.com/film-festival-ireland/dingle-international-film-festival-website-is-now-live-and-launching-a-wealth-of-fantastic-irish-premieres/ 

For information about the films featured on this year’s line-up, be sure to visit http://www.dinglefilmfestival.com/programme/

The Dingle International Film Festival will run March 23-26, 2017. Housed within this Gaeltacht area, Dingle IFF is proud to promote the Irish language and is the only festival offering an award for Irish Script writing with its Físín event. Dingle is home to many filmmakers, one of Ireland’s only independent cinemas, is a known film location (Star Wars, Ryan’s Daughter, Far and Away) and a major tourist destination making it the perfect home for our festival.


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