Screen Skills Ireland are repurposing two funding schemes and will be introducing two new funding schemes to help deal with COVID-19 disruption.
Screen Ireland introduces further support measures for the Irish Screen Industry to help deal with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year's Hot Docs Festival to include four films in a special Made in Northern Ireland section.
The Arts Council wishes to procure the services of a Film Adviser who will meet the needs of the organisation both from a quality and service delivery perspective.
Screen Skills Ireland announces new Screen Talks initiative, a series of webinars delivered by industry experts on an array of sector-related topics.
Irish production company Blinder Films has today added a range of titles from their back catalogue to which it holds the rights to Vimeo on Demand
Screen Ireland has announced revised guidelines across feature film development funding categories and added Additional Feature Film Development
Neasa Hardiman's Sea Fever will have a live streaming premiere in the U.S. via distributor Gunpowder & Sky's sci-fi channel Dust.
Druid’s production of The Playboy of the Western World is available online for Leaving Cert students
Druid and Wildfire Films have made the 2005 award-winning production of The Playboy of the Western World by JM Synge available online for free.
RTÉ has announced that it will be airing Normal People, Element Pictures' TV series adaptation of Sally Rooney’s acclaimed novel for the BBC.