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  The following films have been selected for screening at Dublin Animation Film Festival 2016. More news to follow!   Reel One – These films are rated General and Parental Guidance Unhinged, directed by Tom Caulfield, Studio Okinami Violet, directed by Maurice Joyce, Tidy Toys Pictures. City of Roses,  directed by Andrew Kavanagh, Kavaleer Productions. The Lost Letter – directed by Kealan O’Rourke, Trickshot Films. Don’t Forget the Bread – directed by ‘Gilly’, Wigglywoo Productions. Angel of 1916 – directed by Patrick O’Callaghan, Treehouse Republic. Granite and Chalk – directed byRead More
  2016 has been a challenging year to say the least! We had to work very hard to bring the Festival back to the Pavilion this year – but boy, is it worth it! You can download the DAFF 2016 programme now! See you at the Pavilion on the 22nd October 2016 – to book tickets go to      Read More
DUKE JOHNSON – DIRECTOR OF ‘ANOMALISA’ – SPECIAL GUEST AT DUBLIN ANIMATION FILM FESTIVAL 2016     Academy Award Nominee Duke Johnson will take part in a Q & A in the Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire on the 22nd October 2016 after the screening of his animated feature ANOMALISA.   Duke Johnson is a director who specialises in stop-motion animation. He is a graduate of New York University and the American Film Institute. ANOMALISA, which Duke directed alongside Charlie Kaufman, is his first feature film and was nominated for an Academy Award® in the AnimatedRead More

Posted On June 14, 2016By adminIn Blog, Headline post

DAFF2016 – now calling for entries!

  We are delighted to announce that DAFF2016 is going ahead and we are calling for entries!   It has been a strange year for the arts in Ireland – but the team at DAFF are proud to get out there and show that this festival is very much needed and wanted!   The closing date for submitting your entry is the 15th July at 5pm!   You can download the form and rules for DAFF2016 here: DAFF 2016 rules and entry form   Best of luck – we are lookingRead More
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Posted On October 9, 2015By adminIn Blog

DAFF programme now available!

The DAFF 2015 programme is now available on line! Many thanks for your patience. We look forward to seeing you at the National Film School, IADT and the Pavilion Theatre, Dun Laoghaire on the 16th and 17th of October 2015!   DAFF2015 programmeRead More
What a terrific year for Irish Graduate Films! We are delighted with the number of entries we received. Congratulations to the teaching staff of the National Film School – IADT, Ballyfermot College of Further Education and Colaiste Dhulaigh College of Further Education! You should be very proud!   The following Graduate Films will be screened at DAFF 2015!   His Style, directed by Jack Banks, Colaiste Dhulaigh College of Further Education Exterium, directed by Richard Barragy, Ballyfermot College of Further Education I am Always with You, directed by Martyna Borkowska,Read More
Net Visionary Awards Shortlisted Badges 2015-Social Good
The festival team of volunteers have been quiet – but that is because we have been working hard! We will be announcing a line up of speakers shortly, but in the meantime, we have some great news – we have been nominated for an IIA Dot IE Net Visionary Award! The category is pretty cool too – ‘Best Use of Technology for Social Good’. To view the other categories and nominations – click shortlist! To vote for us – click vote! Thanks for supporting us! The DAFF2015 Team!  Read More
The closing date for submitting an entry was the 30th June 2015. We would like to thank everyone who submitted an entry.  We estimate that we have received nearly 300 entries! (We will confirm the final number next week!) The fun is now beginning. Keep visiting this site for updates. The festival will take place in IADT (Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology) and the Pavilion Theatre in Dun La0ghaire Mark the dates in your calendar – the 16th and 17th October 2015!Read More
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  We would like to wish all of our supporters and sponsors a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous 2015!   The Festival was a big success in 2014 and we look forward to start work on the 2015 Festival in January!   To view a cute Christmas card, click hereRead More