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  •  Image of independent historian, Angus Mitchell speaking at lecture.

    STORY | Seamus Deane lecture at the Foyle Film Festival

  • Director Juliet Riddell, Actor Stephen Rea, Writer Clare Dwyer Hogg and Angus Mitchell

    STORY | Field Day marked it’s 40th anniversary at this year’s Foyle Film Festival with the premiere of 'Stay Alive'


    Nerve Centre Produced Animated Short Film to Premiere in 2021

    A Different Kind of Different, an animated short film by Jordan Baseman, charts the psychological impact of breast cancer.
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    Join the Colouring the Past Programme to Explore NI History Through Comedy, Art and Photography

    Colouring the Past is a new online community engagement programme which will take a warts and all look at the history of Northern Ireland using art, humour and photography to help participants create...
  • FestivalUK2022

    Nerve Centre named one of thirty successful creative teams awarded up to £100,000 for Festival UK* 2022 R&D project.

    Nerve Centre, in partnership with National Museum NI, has brought together a creative team of great minds from across Northern Ireland to develop an open, original and optimistic idea for Festival UK...
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    New Willie Doherty film, 'Where / Dove' Screens Online

    The latest video work from acclaimed artist Willie Doherty is available to be screened online by Italian gallery Fondazione Modena Arti Visive.
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    Festival Club Brings Live Gigs to Your Home

    The Festival Club is always a welcome addition to Foyle Film Festival each year. It’s a place to hang out after the film screenings and have some fun showcasing local talent in the process. This year...
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    Nerve Centre Produced Film 'An Béal Bocht' to air on TG4

    ‘An Béal Bocht’ is a co-production between award winning animation production company Raw Nerve Productions and De facto Films.
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    Light in Motion Awards Showcase New and Emerging Talent

    The Light in Motion Awards return in a new virtual format as part of Foyle Film Festival 2020, showcasing the best of the year’s short films and emerging talent.
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    A Tribute to Peter Logue

    A Tribute by Martin Melarkey, Director, Nerve Centre
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    Reimagine Remake Replay named ‘Best Museums Change Lives Project’ at prestigious Museums Association awards

    Reimagine Remake Replay, a project changing the lives of young people across Northern Ireland, has won the prestigious Museums Association’s ‘Best Museums Change Lives Project’ award.
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    Foyle Film Festival Returns with a Virtual Programme for 2020

    In a year full of change and challenges, the 33rd Foyle Film Festival has gone virtual, with many of the films in the programme reflecting this year’s theme. The festival took place November 20-29,...
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    Reimagine Remake Replay Shortlisted for prestigious Museums Association Award

    The project has been shortlisted for Best Museums Change Lives Project.
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    Ones to Watch Mark World Mental Health Day

    To mark World Mental Health Day on Saturday, October 10th, our Ones to Watch Young Programmers premiered their short films tackling mental health issues.