Galway Film Centre has announced the appointment of Sarah Dillon as the Development Manager of The Western Regional Audiovisual Producer’s Fund (The WRAP Fund).
Premiering at this year's Richard Harris International Film Festival is A Very Irish Family, a WW1 based TV Drama pilot created by Declan and Rob Gill.
RTÉ has announced that it has formed a new partnership with the Irish Film Board to support new Irish scripted comedy projects, with export potential.
RTÉ2 goes behind the scenes at the world’s longest running Maternity Hospital with new six-part documentary The Rotunda, starting tonight.
The prestigious SXSW Film Festival has announced the Features lineup for its 25th edition. 132 Features will be shown from March 9th to 18th, including Ken Wardrop's Making the Grade and Michael Tully's Don't Leave Home. Irish-filmed TV series Krypton will also world premiere.
WRAP, a new €2 million fund to encourage the film, television, animation and game industry in the West of the country is being launched today in Galway.
The Minister for Culture has launched her Department’s €200m Audio-visual Action Plan and Economic Assessment of the Audio-Visual Industry.
Ahead of the FÍS TV Summit on Thursday, October 12th, Scannain caught up with programmer Mary Deelyt, hosted by Galway Film Centre,