If you see it, you can be it.

We believe in these words.

That’s why we are dedicating this area of our website to spotlighting talented women, skilled women, resourceful women, ambitious women, professional women, passionate women – all contributing toward a vital and vibrant Irish film and television industry.

Visability is key.

We also believe in championing one another – so please contact us if you would like to be featured, or to tell us who you would like to hear from.

Stand up.  Speak up.  Be the change.

 

‘A Stronger Voice for Women’ Panel Discussion at the Galway Film Fleadh 2016

‘A Stronger Voice for Women’ Panel Discussion ‘A Stronger Voice for Women’ event in association with the Galway Film Fleadh (held Saturday 9th July 2016) featured a dynamic panel discussion on creating...

Actress Seána Kerslake - panellist at 'A Stronger Voice for Women' Event, Galway Film Fleadh 2016

Seána Kerslake Actor Seána Kerslake, who participated in WFT Irelands’ A Stronger Voice For Women at the Galway Film Fleadh, talks to us about her background, process and recent roles....

Casting Director Louise Kiely - panellist at 'A Stronger Voice for Women' Event, Galway Film Fleadh 2016

Casting Director Louise Kiely Listen to our interview with leading Casting Director LOUISE KIELY following her contribution to WFT Irelands ‘A Stronger Voice For Women’ at the Galway Film Fleadh....

EWA Panel Debate; "What changes are needed at pan-European level to sustain women directors in today's industry?"

  “What changes are needed at pan-European level to sustain women directors in today’s industry?” EWA Panel Debate @ Berlinale, Saturday 13th February 2016 Panelists; Isabel Castro, Deputy Director, Eurimages...

EWA panel debate: "What are the findings and recommendations for women directors in two national industries: Germany and the UK?"

“What are the findings and recommendations for women directors in two national industries: Germany and the UK?” EWA Panel Debate @ Berlinale, Saturday 13th February 2016 Panelists; Holly Aylett, Head...

'Innovators‘ Presentation and Panel Discussion at the Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin October 2016

‘Innovators’ Presentation and Panel Discussion at the Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin October 2016   Women in Film and Television Ireland in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy in Ireland, presented our October...

In Conversation with Emer Reynolds - Editor & Director

In Conversation with Emer Reynolds An interview with writer, director and IFTA-winning film editor Emer Reynolds, courtesy of Film Ireland. Emer has won IFTAs for Timbuktu (2003), her work on the opening...

In Conversation with Gráinne Humphreys - Director Dublin International Film Festival

In Conversation with Gráinne Humphreys An interview with the Director of the Dublin International Film Festival, courtesy of Film Ireland. Grainne Humphreys has worked in film programming for over twenty...

In Conversation with Lisa Mulcahy and Emer Reynolds

In Conversation with Lisa Mulcahy and Emer Reynolds Women in Film and Television Ireland is delighted to be working with Film Ireland to record, archive and share our WFT Ireland...

In Conversation with Louise Kiely - Casting Director

In Conversation with Louise Kiely Louise Kiely is one of Ireland’s leading casting directors. She graduated from University College Cork with a Degree in Law. Lousie then trained at The...

In Conversation with Pauline Cotter and Helen Wells - The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival

In Conversation with Pauline Cotter and Helen Wells – The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival This episode features Pauline Cotter and Helen Wells of The Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival...

In Conversation with Sunniva O'Flynn - Head of Irish Film Programming @ Irish Film Institute

In Conversation with Sunniva O’Flynn – Head of Irish Film Programming @ Irish Film Institute   The IFI’s Head of Irish Film Programming, Sunniva O’Flynn, talks to Film Ireland’s podcast...

Interview with Bríona Nic Dhiarmada, co-producer of ‘Mairéad Farrell: Comhrá nár Chríochnaigh’

Interview with Bríona Nic Dhiarmada, co-producer of ‘Mairéad Farrell: Comhrá nár Chríochnaigh’ The 15th Irish Film Festival, Boston took place over four days from 19 – 22 March  2015 at the Somerville Theatre,...

Geena Davis: ‘After Thelma & Louise, people said things would improve for women in film. They didn’t’

Geena Davis: ‘After Thelma & Louise, people said things would improve for women in film. They didn’t’ by Elizabeth Day for The Guardian Sunday 27 September 2015 09.15 BST Geena Davis,...

Jane Campion: 'Life isn't a career'

Jane Campion: ‘Life isn’t a career’ by Andrew Pulver for The Guardian Monday 12 May 2014 06.59 BST Last modified on Saturday 21 June 2014 02.00 BST Jane Campion. Photograph:...