RTÉ, in association with Screen Ireland, today announced two new initiatives to develop new drama and comedy series for younger audiences.
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland and Bow Street Academy, the National Screen Acting School of Ireland have announced the successful recipients of the new ‘Actor as Creator’ scheme.
Screen Skills Ireland announced the organisations that have been awarded funds from the Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme.
Screen Ireland and the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland are collaborating on ‘The Voice’: a conceptual development fund for directors.
Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland welcomed an increase in its capital budget to €26.2 million for 2021 which represents an increase of 52% on 2020’s original budget allocation
Screen Ireland increases commitment to TV Drama and Animation with appointment of Andrew Byrne as TV Project Manager
Screen Ireland announces return to live action film & television production planning update and new industry initiatives focusing on actors and mentorships with high profile industry leaders.
Screen Ireland has announced further details of the July stimulus for the television sector with funding of €3 million.
Irish video on demand platform VOLTA in association with Screen Ireland is launching a VIEW IT ON VOLTA film gifting campaign.
Screen Ireland has announced the selected participants for Spotlight, their structured development scheme for new and emerging screenwriting talent.