The Corona Cork Film Festival programme presents a wide-ranging and eclectic mix of big budget pictures, world cinema, innovative independent films, documentaries and short films from all over the globe. The festival also presents Irish film production and is internationally renowned for showcasing world class short films.
Since November 2014, the Cork Film Festival has been Academy Awards® accredited, meaning that the winners of the Grand Prix Irish Short presented by RTÉ Cork and the Grand Prix International short qualify for the long list of the Academy Awards® for the Animated Short Film/Live Action Short Film category.
Cork Film Festival is also a BAFTA [British Academy of Film and Television] recognised festival for British Short Film, further enhancing the festival’s international reputation (filmmakers whose British shorts are selected for competition in the Festival's Grand Prix International short competition can enter their films for BAFTA consideration). The Festival's juries also submit a short film nomination to the European Film Academy Awards.
The Feature Film Jury will make two awards:
The Irish Short Film Jury will make two awards:
The International Short Film Jury will make two awards:
National premiere required.
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all forms of film production – animation, experimental, student work, digital work, etc 60 minutes or greater in duration
all forms of film production – animation, experimental, student work, digital work, etc. 30 minutes or less in duration
Filmmakers not from and from Cork and who are based in Cork; Filmmakers from Cork but based elsewhere; and/or Films shot by non-Corkonians throughout the county (not country). All forms of film production – animation, experimental, student work, digital work, etc 30 minutes or less in duration
60 minutes or greater in duration.