After a strong and passionate debate held by 19 students from 19 European countries in Hamburg the Icelandic film HEARTSTONE (Hjartasteinn) by Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson is the winner of the second European University Film Award (EUFA).Read more
12 Dec 2017
24 Nov 2017
Masterclass with Shaun O’Connor. Monday 27th November 4pm Film & Screen Media Auditorium, Kane Building Basement. All Welcome.Read more
09 Nov 2017
Masterclass with writer-director, Alan Gilsenan. Monday Nov. 13th at 15h, Film and Screen Media auditorium, Kane basement.Read more
27 Oct 2017Multivoicedness in European Cinema: Representation, Industry, Politics, an international conference of the ECREA Film Studies Section, will be held on Friday 10 and Saturday 11 November 2017 at UCC.
29 Sep 2017
We are delighted to announce a new research project, funded by Cork County Council/Creative Ireland and the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, on movie-going memories in the county of Cork.Read more
New TG4 series Éire na Nuachtscannán (Ireland in the Newsreels) starts Thursday 21st September at 8pm.19 Sep 2017
Showcasing a range of rare archival footage, this 6 part series will show how some of Ireland’s most important stories were handled by newsreel editors trying to cater for audiences with a wide and shifting range of political allegiances.Read more
18 Sep 2017
Film & Screen Media is delighted to host a screening of VIVA, directed by Paddy Breathnach and introduced by its writer, Arts Council/UCC Film Artist in Residence, Mark O'Halloran.Read more
15 Sep 2017
Film and Screen Media is delighted to welcome award-winning film director Pat Collins as one of our guest lecturers for 2017-18.Read more
08 Jun 2017
Film and Screen Media, in association with the Arts Council and College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences, is delighted to announce the appointment of its 2017-8 Film Artist in Residence, Mark O'Halloran.
06 Jun 2017
Celebrating its ninth year, the Fastnet Short Film Festival, located in the picturesque village of Schull, West Cork, continues to attract the cream of filmmakers from Ireland and beyond.