The South Florida Irish Film Festival (SFIFF) is an annual event jointly sponsored by the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Science, the Alvin Sherman Library and Research Center, and the South Florida Irish Studies Consortium. SFIFF has been a consistent feature on NSU’s annual calendar of events since 2007. Every November SFIFF presents a collection of independent Irish films that showcase the work of both established and emerging Irish filmmakers. SFIFF Director, Dr. David Kilroy, works with the Irish Film Institute in Dublin, Ireland, to identify the line-up of films for each years’ festival. A mix of documentaries and feature length films, the annual selections for SFIFF are chosen with the view to highlighting cultural, historical, and political issues of moment in contemporary Ireland. For more information contact David Kilroy, Ph.D. in the Department of History and Political Science: firstname.lastname@example.org.