Dingle International Film Festival (Dingle IFF) 2017 held its 11th annual festival from Thursday 23rd March through to Sunday 26th March. It was another triumphant year filled with exceptional screenings and inspired guests, such as Ben Wheatley, Jack Reynor, Jim Sheridan, Pat Shortt, Dean DeBlois, and many more amazingly talented Irish and International creatives. There… Read More Dingle International Film Festival 2017 Closes A Great Year with Awards Ceremony
Dingle International Film Festival (Dingle IFF) is proud to announce that Jim Sheridan—director of MY LEFT FOOT (1989), THE FIELD (1990), INTO THE WEST (1992), IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER (1993), THE BOXER (1997), and IN AMERICA (2003)—will be in attendance to close our 2017 festival with his new film SECRET SCRIPTURE (2016), to… Read More DINGLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL WELCOMES BACK ACCLAIMED IRISH DIRECTOR JIM SHERIDAN AND HIS LATEST FILM “THE SECRET SCRIPTURE”
Dingle International Film Festival (Dingle IFF) 2017 is delighted to announce that sensational Irish star Jack Reynor will be visiting Dingle for the screening of Ben Wheatley’s new film FREE FIRE in The Phoenix Cinema on Thursday 23rd March. Amazingly talented and globally recognised, Jack will make for an unforgettable presence at our festival this… Read More Irish Star Jack Reynor visiting Dingle for screening of his film FREE FIRE
Dingle International Film Festival (Dingle IFF) is delighted to announce that veteran English actor Timothy Spall, OBE will be visiting Dingle with the screening of the Irish premiere of STANLEY A MAN OF VARIETY, a hysterical and moving comedy that features Timothy Spall performing all the principal roles. The film will be playing at… Read More DINGLE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL WELCOMES TIMOTHY SPALL AT THE NATIONAL PREMIERE OF ‘STANLEY A MAN OF VARIETY’
John Carpenter’s The Thing is a masterpiece of suspenseful paranoia and stomach-churning special effects. One of the main appeals of The Thing is that the audience is not made aware of the culprits behind certain plot points; we are given very limited information and have to reach our own interpretations as the characters are wildly… Read More The Thing: Is Childs Infected?