An Cailín Ciúin and The Banshees of Inisherin both saw significant success with the nominations ceremony on Tuesday.
The film is the first Irish-language film to have been shortlisted for the award.
DU Gamers won the annual Colours Cup held against UCD on November 16th.
The film premiered at the Venice Film Festival earlier this year.
Weaving dance, film, and theatre, John Scott explores race, domestic violence and human relationships in a physical approach to Shakespeare’s play.
Dublin’s largest plant-based festival returns after a three-year hiatus.
Five Of The Best
Toronto International Film Festival showcased the wide array of talent the Irish film has to offer.
Alice Rekab’s exhibit describes the experience of growing up mixed-race in Ireland.
Despite lacking in emotional depth, the film boasts a star-studded cast, a cleverly crafted screenplay and is definitely worth a watch.
“This House Believes the British Monarchy Has a Place in the Modern World” divides the GMB, including two of UT’s own.