Now going in to the 7th year of success the Irish Adventure Film Festival will take place in Mayo in March 2019. Attracting over 150 films from 34 countries, crammed in to two days of viewing pleasure. The festival plays host and homage to the ‘Best of the Best’ when it comes to adventure films, stories and adventurers.Read more »
Mayo features heavily in brand-new RTEjr television series "Wild Kids" which follows passionate wildlife warriors –Kealan Doyle, Ciara Dolan, Sarah Sarsfield and John Lusby as they travel the length and breadth of the country showing us the nature that is right under our nose – we just need to know where to look for it!
The Western Region Audiovisual Producers Fund (WRAP) Development Support scheme is open to teams (where at least one Producer has a production company established in the WRAP region) with a feature film, television drama or animation that they wish to develop.Read more »
Film Mayo present a Screening of Feature Film Pilgrimage. Followed by Q&A with Director Brendan Muldowney – Wednesday October 10th at 7pm, Ballina Arts Centre.
As part of Mayo Arts Service Professional Development programme, Film Mayo in partnership with Ballina Arts Centre are proud to present Brendan Muldowney’s most recent feature film, Pilgrimage, which will be screened in Ballina Arts Centre, followed by a Q&A with the director. This is a free event, but booking is required via Ballina Arts Centre.Read more »
Film Mayo, a Mayo Arts Service, Mayo County Council initiative is delighted to announce that Mayo filmmaker, Fergus Sweeney, is the successful recipient of the Film Mayo Creative Ireland Residency Award in partnership with Ballina Arts Centre.Read more »
Backwater is a shot film which was shot during the summer, locations include Westport and Aughagower in Co.Read more »