With only a few months to go until the 67th Cork International Film Festival, our team is busy at work preparing and organising our most ambitious Festival yet. We can’t wait to share everything with you very soon.
In the meantime, immerse yourself in the world of film through forthcoming CIFF events including an outstanding selection of short films guest-curated by Film Festival Cologne with CIFF Film Club: European Shorts Season; seasonal role opportunities with CIFF; and news such as our Irish Shorts Late and Final Submissions Deadline (this Friday, 5th August). You can also show your support for all that we do by nominating our Festival here for the Movement for Good Awards. For full details read on below.
CIFF2022 IRISH SHORTS LATE SUBMISSION DEADLINE: TOMORROW, FRIDAY, 5th AUGUST
Last chance filmmakers! We are currently accepting late submissions of Irish shorts, Irish Documentary Shorts, Cork Shorts, and Cork Documentary Shorts until tomorrow, Friday, 5th August. These categories are eligible for prestigious awards, including the long list for the Academy Awards® 2023. For more information and to submit your films now, visit corkfilmfest.org/submissions or submit your films now via our online submissions platform, FilmFreeway.
Image: Academy Award® Long Listed CIFF2021 Grand Prix Irish Short Winner An Encounter by Kelly Campbell
WE’RE HIRING! JOIN OUR FESTIVAL TEAM
Cork International Film Festival, Ireland’s first and largest film festival and one of Cork’s most significant and popular annual cultural events, will return with our 67th edition, an 11-day Festival of in-cinema screenings, including a capsule digital strand, 10th – 20th November 2022.
We are recruiting for a variety of seasonal roles across marketing, box office, event management and guest services to deliver our most ambitious and exciting Festival yet.
CIFF FILM CLUB: EUROPEAN SHORTS SEASON TRAVELS TO GERMANY’S CULTURAL CITY ON THE RHINE
Experience outstanding short films from Cologne, Germany’s vibrant city of art and learning since the Middle Ages, with the CIFF Film Club: European Shorts Season.
Discover a distinctive programme of German short films, ranging from captivating, hand-coloured animation to thought-provoking documentaries, guest-curated by Film Festival Cologne, Germany, one of the leading international film and television festivals in Germany and the best-attended festivals of its kind in the world.
Images (clockwise from top left): Doom Cruise, Salidas, Operation Moonbird, I Loved You
YOU CAN SUPPORT AND NOMINATE CIFF FOR THE MOVEMENT FOR GOOD AWARDS 2022
Cork International Film Festival is a registered charity, operating on a non-profit basis. Your support and donations enable us to continue to harness the power of cinema to inspire creativity, challenge convention, raise awareness, and expand horizons while encouraging access to the rich world of cinema.
The Movement for Good Awards is an annual platform for giving, set up by all the businesses that make up the Benefact Group. It’s an opportunity to make a tangible difference to the lives of the people and communities served, by supporting the charities, not-for-profit organisations, and community interest projects. Anyone can nominate and that one act could potentially mean an extra £1,000 to those trying to make a difference.
You can nominate CIFF now here by entering our RCN 20080167 or by simply typing in Cork International Film Festival in the search bar. Our charity type is “Heritage Arts”.
Alternatively, if you would like to make a donation to CIFF, visit corkfilmfest.org/donate/. Your donation, no matter what the size, makes a huge difference. It helps us to increase the impact of our Festival and deliver important projects such as our outreach programmes with schools and mental health work supporting the wellbeing of over 6,000 young people. Thank you for your support.