Good movies are the most important thing about cinema in Ireland, and the people who create them are well-respected.
The Irish Film Institute, which runs festivals, screenings and events, says that the best films are made by people with passion and talent.
They include actors, directors, cinematographers, actors, writers, producers and actors of Irish film.
But it says it is a shame that not many of these films are shown to the public, especially at festivals, which are open to everyone.
The organisation’s chief executive, John Breen, said it is very important to give the best quality of the films.
He said that the Irish film industry is well-supported by the state, and that the public would benefit from the work of its artists.
We don’t need to have a whole new generation of cinema-makers, he said.
Mr Breen said that Irish filmmakers are looking to make films with new ideas, which can also be appreciated in the United States.
“If we are to get people into the cinema, we have to start with great movies,” he said, “and then the next thing you know you have a lot of great films.”