The Irish Film Board has welcomed the announcement of the new IFB Board members, appointed today by Minister Heather Humphreys.
One of Britain's largest and best known film studios, the Pinewood Studios Group, has announced the launch of Pinewood Productions Ireland Limited.
Limerick's new film production facility, Troy Studios, is expected to complete its construction and refurbishment work by mid September.
Minister Simon Coveney has announced a multi-million euro government grant to establish a new Production and Digital Skills Academy in Limerick.
Screen Producers Ireland and the Writers Guild of Ireland have agreed a new set of guidelines for the crediting of writers on productions.
Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Film Board (ILBF) has announced its latest funding decisions for TV and film projects for 2016.
Film In Cork’s popular Production Club series drew to a close on Friday, July 1st with a talk from Irish writer/director/producer Alex Fegan, at RTÉ Cork.
AnneMarie Naughton and Andrew Burke have launched Rangle, a new digital platform that works to connect skilled crew with production companies in real time.
The Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht has clarified the nature of their €200m investment promised to the Irish Film Board today as part of their Investing in Our Culture, Language and Heritage 2018 – 2027 programme. The investment will bring total IFB capital grants to €200m for the 10 year period.
Screen Training Ireland has announced the selected participants for the 2016 Screen Leaders programme.