In the wake of the news regarding the closure of Filmbase, and after the statement made by the Arts Council in that regard, Scannain reached out to RTÉ for comment on the news and on some concerns within the Irish film industry.
This a statement issued by Filmbase announcing their closure. This is a sad day for the Irish film industry. We will have more as we absorb the news.
Film Ireland are having a live recording of their horror podcast, the Reel Horror Show podcast, in the dungeons of Filmbase on Friday, October 27th at 7pm.
Filmbase and Screen Training Ireland launch a new course: In The Writers Room II with Matthew Carnahan, showrunner of award-winning series House of Lies.
The Arts Council of Ireland has responded to the news concerning the closure of Filmbase.
Creative Europe Desk Ireland MEDIA and Filmbase invite media students in Ireland to apply for Student Media Production Awards 2018 for support for the production and distribution of graduate film and media projects. Information Session 6th March in Filmbase.
No Budget presents a special screening of Zoe Kavanagh fantasy-based action thriller Taryn Barker: Demon Hunter on October 19th at 7pm in Filmbase.
Earlier today it was announced that Filmbase, the dedicated centre to Irish film development, education, and equipment, is to close as it enter voluntary liquidation. This is a dark day for the Irish film industry. We've gathered some responses from industry figures.
Screen Training Ireland and Filmbase are hosting a three-day training programme, focussing on Transmedia as a Marketing and Distribution strategy over three days from January 31st at Filmbase.
The Arts Council has announced the deadline for the 2017 Reel Art scheme, aimed at financing documentary art films, as Friday 13th October 2017 at 5pm.