From May 1st 2016 the expenditure per project which can be supported by the Film Tax Credit will increase to €70 million.
Screen Ireland has announced details of the new €5 million Production Continuation Fund, now available for film and TV projects to assist production companies with the uncertainties caused by COVID-19.
Screen Ireland and the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland are collaborating on ‘The Voice’: a conceptual development fund for directors.
Screen Ireland announces return to live action film & television production planning update and new industry initiatives focusing on actors and mentorships with high profile industry leaders.
Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB) has today (July 18th) announced that James Hickey will remain in the role of Chief Executive until 2019.
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland and Bow Street Academy, the National Screen Acting School of Ireland have announced the successful recipients of the new ‘Actor as Creator’ scheme.
Minister Josepha Madigan,has signed an order which makes June 18th the date on which the name of the Irish Film Board will change to Screen Ireland.
Irish film industry app Rangle, which provides a platform for connecting film and television productions with crew, is quickly building out its database.
Four Irish companies have been successful in the latest deadline for the Slate Development Funding scheme through Creative Europe MEDIA.
The Irish Film Board has announced revisions to their Screenplay Development Scheme which will re-open for applications in 2018.