Screen Ireland has today announced the launch of a new skills report in response to the rapid development of the Irish screen sector and its potential for future growth.
Screen Ireland has announced the 2023 call for applications to the Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme, which enables Irish and international organisations to provide skills development opportunities and initiatives to the Irish screen sector.
The Screen Crew & Services Database, a new comprehensive industry directory for the Irish screen sector is now accepting registrations from all screen industry professionals, production companies and screen service providers and facilities based in Ireland
Irish talent development initiative X-Pollinator announces CREATOR, an immersive residential talent development lab for twelve diverse female identifying and non-binary directors based on the island of Ireland.
Screen Ireland has announced a new International and Additional Film and TV Production Support Scheme with a focus on production within the regions - the Regional Production Support Fund.
Minister Martin embarks on US trade mission to boost investment in Ireland’s film industry, tourism and cultureiindusyry
Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Catherine Martin T.D. – together with Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland, Tourism Ireland, the I.D.A., Enterprise Ireland and the Department of Foreign Affairs – will lead a trade mission in Los Angeles to promote the Irish screen industry and Ireland’s cultural power ahead of the Academy Awards this Sunday.
X-Pollinator has announced the participants for CREATOR, selected from over 130 applications for 12 places.
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has published the review of its Gender Action Plan.
The Irish Film & Television Academy has announced the 2023 IFTA Nominations for the Irish Academy Awards across 28 categories in Film & Drama.
Women in Film and Television International (WIFTI) announce the election of new President: Chair of WFT Ireland, Dr. Susan Liddy