Film has always been a huge part of our work at Nerve Centre. We make, produce and screen films across various projects.
Foyle Film Festival
Established in 1987, Foyle Film Festival is Northern Ireland's only Oscar® and BAFTA-affiliated film festival.
In recent years, Foyle Film Festival has brought acclaimed filmmakers and actors to Derry~Londonderry for the annual festival in November, including Richard E Grant, Danny Boyle, Brendan Gleeson, Julie Christie, Wim Wenders and Stephen Frears.
The festival also delivers screenings and workshops throughout the year, including the Intercultural and Anti-Racism Festival, Educational and Outreach Screenings, and a summer programme.
Foyle Film Festival is funded by the Department for Communities through Northern Ireland Screen and by Derry City and Strabane District Council.Find Out More
Intercultural & Anti-Racism Festival
The Foyle Film Intercultural and Anti-Racism Festival tackles a wide range of topics around discrimination, prejudice, human rights abuses, inequality, and environmental challenges. Its aim is to embrace diversity and encourage awareness of local and global issues.Learn More
Light in Motion Short Film Competition
Filmmakers can enter their films under three competition categories: Best Irish Short; Best International Short; and Best Animated Short.
Winners of the Light in Motion Awards qualify for consideration in the Live Action and Animated Short Film categories of the Academy Awards® without needing the standard theatrical run. Foyle Film Festival is also an IMDb Qualifying Festival, granting all eligible film submissions a fast-tracked title page on IMDb.com.
Foyle Film Festival Light in Motion Competition is sponsored by City of Derry Crystal.