Dedicated to showcasing the greatest Irish stories and storytellers

Tiomnaithe do na scéalta agus na seanscéalaithe is mó Gaeilge a chur ar taispeáint

Since 2011 Irish Film & Television UK (IFTUK) has been dedicated to showcasing, celebrating and screening the best of Irish culture.

Join us at one of our Festivals, Events or Workshops to immerse yourself in world class Irish Film, Television, Documentary and Animation

We bring the Irish cultural experience to all nations and regions of the UK for you to discover and enjoy.

Upcoming Workshops

For July’s MASTERS AT WORK, IFTUK’s Director of Television & Director of Sales for Europe, Middle East & Africa for Fox Global Entertainment, Tara Gaule, will be interviewing a panel of experts from the global television industry.

Meet James Braham (Expert in TV & Film Development, Sales & Development, previously Vice President of Endemol Shine) and Joel Atley (TV Distribution Consultant & Commercial Director at Hello Deer Productions) with more panellists TBC

Date: Tuesday, 30th July 6.30 for 7pm
Location: Century Club, 61-63, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6LQ

If you have wondered how programmes get onto TV, who produces them and where the funding comes from, or how to create or further a career in television, this workshop is for you! The panel will be talking all things TV Distribution, Funding and Programme Acquisitions and will share with us details of their career journey reaching where they are today.

Hear how titles as diverse as Father Ted, David Attenborough’s Blue Planet, Planet Earth, Luther, Sherlock, Death in Paradise , Wife Swap,The Inbetweeners, Kitchen Nightmares, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, and Doc Martin reach the TV screens worldwide.


Irish Film Festival London Unveils Award Winners

Irish Film & Television UK (IFTUK) is delighted to announce the winners of the Irish Film Festival, London at its annual award ceremony held at the Irish Embassy in London on 20 November 2023. The Irish Ambassador, Martin Fraser, welcomed guests at the red-carpet awards ceremony.

Patricia Kelly's debut feature Verdigris won the Best Feature Film Award

One Night in Millstreet won the Best Feature Documentary Award

Veteran filmmaker Joe Comerford was the recipient of The Súil Eile Award for his outstanding contribution to the Irish film industry

The Ros Hubbard Award for Acting was awarded to Alison Oliver and Éanna Hardwicke

Grace Dyas’s Waiting Day won the Best Short Film Award

The jury for the 2023 Irish Film Awards was headed by Festival Director Michael Hayden, and included Colm Bairéad and Cleona Ní Chrualaoí, the Director and Producer of The Quiet Girl, Anna Rodgers and Shaun Dunne, Director and Producer of How to Tell a Secret, Kelly Campbell, Director of An Encounter and IFTUK Board Members Peter Curran, Steven Greenfields and Tara Gaule.

The festival showcased an exciting programme of the latest Irish feature films, documentaries, animation and short films in November (15-19) at the Vue West End, Vue Piccadilly and the London Irish Centre. This year’s partners were the Department of Foreign Affairs, Screen Ireland, Tourism Ireland, Culture Ireland and the Century Club.