Screen Producers IrelandScreen Producers Ireland (SPI) is a members organisation that promotes the growth and sustainability of the Irish audiovisual production sector. More (SPI) is a members organisation that promotes the growth and sustainability of a working environment conducive to a strong independent production sector. It is their duty to be the most effective voice of independent film, television, animation and digital producers in Ireland by addressing the needs of the sector and using their knowledge and expertise to deliver a strong and sustainable position for them. SPI is focused on shaping an independent production industry that is comparable to best international standards.
SPI encourages state organisations charged with developing the industry to put in place development plans and policies for the sector to maximise potential. SPI supports the continuance of the Irish Film and Television production tax incentive, Section 481Section 481 of the Taxes Consolidation Act provides for corporation tax relief for investment in films by companies up to 32% of eligible Irish expenditure. More. SPI continually identifies potential improvements to the scheme and pursue Government to deliver on stated commitments.
SPI communicates and negotiates with industry stakeholders to include Broadcasters, The Irish Film BoardFís Éireann/Screen Ireland (FÉ/SI) is the national development agency for Irish filmmaking and the Irish film, television and animation industry., The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, Government Departments and other relevant Irish and international organisations. SPI works to ensure that independent producers are provided with fair regulation across all broadcasting platforms.
SPI develops good communications with relevant unions representing employees in Film & TV Drama, to deliver effective and competitive collective agreements.
Screen Producers Ireland appoint Susan Kirby as new CEO-The Board of Screen Producers IrelandScreen Producers Ireland (SPI) is a members organisation that promotes the growth and sustainability of the Irish audiovisual production sector. More (SPI) has announced the appointment of Susan Kirby as the new CEO for the organisation today (18th November). Taking up her role on the 4th of January 2021, she will be responsible for the development and implementation of an ambitious SPI Strategy for 2021 – 2024. Susan Kirby has over 20 years of experience in the […]
Ones to Watch – An overview of student film coming out of Coláiste Dhulaigh in Dublin-At the end of May the graduates of the BA Video and Film Degree course of Wolverhampton which is facilitated by Colaiste Dhulaigh College of Further Education, showcased their programme of short films in Light House CinemaLight House Cinema is a specialist independent cinema in Smithfield, Dublin. Their eclectic schedule includes feature films, shorts, classics, foreign language ... More. Having stumbled upon the screening with no expectations, I was really impressed at the quality of the work shown across the […]