The Irish Film Festival is a new festival taking place in London and will be open to all film, TV and digital platforms.
Dublin, a city with a long history of film, has recently been taking on the role of a hub for new and emerging film.
The new festival will be based in the city centre, with film, music, dance and theatre being on offer from a variety of venues.
The festival will feature performances by some of the biggest names in film and television, with director Paul Murphy, producer David Hickey and other members of the team.
It will be run by the Irish Film Commission, a non-profit organisation created to encourage the production of Irish films in the UK.
The programme will be a combination of traditional Irish festivals with some new ones.
This is not the first time that the festival has been a part of the festival circuit.
It has previously been a festival for documentaries.
Last year the festival featured a programme with two acclaimed Irish directors, Alan Dolan and David Milne.
The organisers are hopeful that the new festival can be an opportunity to introduce people to some of Ireland’s most acclaimed filmmakers.
The project is being launched at the start of the Summer season, and will open in July.