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Frightful Flicks at Cork Film Festival

When the ghouls and goblins have all dispersed for another year, and you're well and truly sick of pumpkin soup, you can still look forward to getting your scare fix at Cork Film Festival! There are lots of frightful flicks for horror fans. . . of all ages!

A Masterpiece of Horror, An Unmissable Night at #CFF18- Nosferatu in St Fin Barre's Cathedral

After 96 years, Nosferatu still has the power to send chills down your spine and where better to have this spine tingling viewing experience than in the gothic revival cathedral of St. Fin Barre's?

Cork Film Festival presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience this classic 1920s horror with a new live score by reknowned Cork composers Irene and Linda Buckley, originally commissioned for the Organ Reframed Festival at Union Chapel London, and never before performed in Ireland.

The majestic organ at St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, accompanied by viola, cello and electronics, will create an an unmissable ambience, to bring Murnau’s foreboding imagery to life, back from the dead!

Book Now: Tues 13 Nov, 18: 30 & 21:00, St Fin Barre's Cathedral

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 Newly Restored Classic Chiller The Changeling

If you're searching for a Samhain-time scare, book your tickets now for one of the most effective ghost stories ever to grace the screen, the 1980 classic chiller The Changeling.

Cork Film Festival offers you the chance to view a brand new restored version of this supernatural horror from acclaimed director Peter Medak, including one of the finest seance scenes ever committed to celluloid.

Book Now: Fri 16 Nov, 22.30, Triskel 

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Dust Off Your Broomstick & Bring the Whole Family to #CFF18! 

Don your best witch's hat and broomstick for this trip down memory lane! Cork Film Festival presents your childhood classic favourite Bedknobs and Broomsticks for you to enjoy all over again, with all the family. 

Enjoy this magical performance by apprentice witch, Angela Lansbury and with the help of her spells and a magic bed, you can visit a magical undersea kingdom, watch a football match played by wild cartoon animals and successfully stop a German invasion of Britain! Don't forget to wear your best witch’s hat and arrive by broomstick, to be in with a chance to win a prize . . .

Cork Film Festival have made it even easier for families to enjoy classic films together, with our Family Pass. The Family Pass offers 2 adults & 2 children a fun-filled morning of magic for only €25. 

Book Now: Sun 11 Nov, 11:00, Gate

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Calling All Classic Cinema Lovers in Cork County

This year, Cork Film Festival has teamed up with our Principal Venue Partner The Gate Cinema to offer classic cinema lovers in Midleton and Mallow the chance to experience the Festival on your doorstep. 

Grab your gal pals for the biggest girls night out in Cork - channel the Dolly Parton in you with a night out at 9 - 5, screening in the Gate Cinema Midleton and the Gate Cinema Mallow on Wednesday 14th of November.

Why not treat yourself to an indulgent Saturday Matinee with James Stewart and Kim Novak in Hitchcock's Vertigo in The Gate Cinema Midleton and The Gate Cinema Mallow on Saturday 17th of November, 16.00.

Celebrating  LGBTQ+ on Film 
Cork Film Festival is proud to present a bold and dynamic programme of LGBTQ+ films which provide authentic representations and celebrate the diversity of LGBT storytelling, including Matt Smith in the title role, eulogising gay photographic maverick Robert Mapplethorpe, in Mapplethorpe; a contemporary re-telling of American Gothic Folklore in Lizzie; and a compelling and harrowing tale of disenfranchised queer youth in Night Comes On.

In Colette, Keira Knightley stars as the eponymous twentieth-century French novelist who defies her husband and society to influence literature and sexual expression for generations to come; Sorry Angel (Plaire, aimer et courir vite) is a life-affirming love story about a man coming terms with his HIV status who embarks on an unlikely love affair; whilst Girl depicts a sensitive and fearless exploration of gender issues.

Join the filmmakers for a Q&A following The Gospel of Eureka, a gloriously camp and colourful delight in small town America.

Find out more and book your tickets for #CFF18 LGBTQ+ Screenings

Cork in Focus: Cork on Camera and Best of Cork

Cork Film Festival is the first and largest film festival in Ireland, so it’s no surprise that Corkonians themselves are not only voracious cinephiles but avid filmmakers!

This year we welcome back the IFI Local films for Local People: Cork On Camera, with an eclectic programme of short films set in Cork City and County dating from 1900 to the 1960s. Featuring Oscar®-nominated shorts, newsreels, and silent film accompanied by pianist Morgan Cooke, Cork on Camera promises a treat for film and history enthusiasts alike.

Looking to the present day, the 63rd Cork Film Festival Shorts Programme concludes with Best of Cork, a collection of 7 shorts from local filmmakers, supported by Red FM. These films offer a snapshot of the life of the city and its inhabitants - the topics that inspire us and unite us. Carefully selected from an ever-growing number of submissions, this collection showcases the very best of homegrown talent.
How to Book Your Tickets
  • Book Online: corkfilmfest.org
  • Call: +353 (0) 21 4271711 (Booking fee applies to telephone sales) Open 10am - 5pm Daily. 
  • In Person: Drop into Cork Film Festival Box Office, open daily from 10am - 5pm at Market Buildings, Grand Parade. Kindly supported by Cork City Council.
Visit Cork in November for a Feast of Films!

63rd Cork Film Festival - 9th-18th November 2018


Visit Cork, named most culturally vibrant city in Europe by the EU, and explore our historic city, the gateway to Ireland's Ancient East and the Wild Atlantic Way.

Voted one of the top 20 European festivals to visit in 2017 by Flightnetwork.com, Cork Film Festival promises you a feast of films in Ireland's cultural capital, so why not make a weekend of it? Direct flights to Cork from London, Paris, Amsterdam, Lisbon and many more - take a city break and discover Ireland's cultural gem. 
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