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About Us

I don’t know why people expect art to make sense.
They accept the fact that life that life does’nt make sense
- David Lynch

In-Vision’s goal is to highlight the best of Irish and international video art and artist moving image. In-Vision supports artists from emerging to highly established on the same platform. Our festival was  held in the popular LightHouse Cinema in Dublin city where we will hosted live screenings of successful applicants and a Q&A with selected artists. We are a non profit organisation and unlike most film festivals we do not believe in charging applicants submission fees. We are all about fairness and equality in the arts and encourage people from all walks of life to apply, you do not need an art/film degree or any previous exhibition experience to be part of the festival. There are four awards for participating artists...

Best Emerging Artist
Best In Show
Audience Favourite

(and a special award for the artist whose practice holds a longstanding use of film as their medium of high quality)

The Visionary Award

In-Vision offers artists

  • Respect for all artists and film-makers visions
  • Live screenings in a popular cinema in Dublin city centre- The LightHouse
  • Promotion of all artists involved across all soical media and on our website
  • Offical coloured printed pamphlet of In-Vision artist directory and festival activities
  • Professional documentation of film screening
  • A professional, highly organised festival team
  • Free tickets to the festival
Please note we are unfortunately unable to offer artists/film-makers an artist fee. We are a non profit festival and have recieved no funding. The festival is entirely self funded.

Festival Directors:
Sinéad Keogh-multimedia installation artist
Jack Rabbit-dance artist

CFO and Co-director:
John Paul Maguire

Official poster illustrator, artist and team member:
Shota Kotake
In-Vision Festival