Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht announces intention to put legislation in place to change the name of the Irish Film Board to Screen Ireland.
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.
Three more Irish films have been added to the lineup for the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, bringing the total Irish contingent to 7.
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland has announced the successful participants for its first New Writing Scheme.
Minister Josepha Madigan TD today announced plans to invest €1.2 billion in Irish culture, heritage and language infrastructure as part of Project Ireland 2040. The plans include €200m for the Irish media production and audio visual industries.
Following unprecedented interest in the Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland New Writing Development Scheme, Screen Ireland would like to inform applicants that the assessment stage for the scheme is still ongoing.
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland has announced two key appointments to the agency’s Production, Development and Distribution Unit and the Business Affairs Unit.
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.
Fís Éireann / Screen Ireland has announced the funding awards made by the Board for the second quarter of 2018 across film, documentary and animation.
Screen Ireland / Fís Éireann has announced the six projects that form the inaugural edition of its female-focused POV scheme.