Northern Ireland Screen celebrates week of great news for the screen industry in Northern Ireland.
Screen Ireland welcomes additional funding and support from the Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht
Screen Ireland welcomes crucial support from Minister Catherine Martin T.D. enabling a return to production for independent live action film & TV and €3 million additional TV drama funding.
Screen Skills Ireland and Skillnet Ireland Announce COVID-19 Return to Work Training for the Audio-Visual Sector
Screen Skills Ireland and Skillnet Ireland audio-visual networks partner to offer free courses and webinars to support the safe return to work
Screen Skills Ireland in Partnership with Northern Ireland Screen and Atticus Education Announces Puttnam Scholars
Emerging Filmmakers Selected for Masterclasses with Multi-Award-Winning Producer David Puttnam through the Puttnam Scholars Scheme
Screen Skills Ireland, the skills development unit within Screen Ireland, has announced the selected participants for the Screen Leaders programme 2020.
The Irish Film & Television Academy (IFTA) has announced the 2020 IFTA Nominations for the Irish Academy Awards across 25 categories in Film and Drama.
FIN Partners, Canada's most established co-pro market, is moving online this September. Registrations are open until July 31.
Screen Ireland increases commitment to TV Drama and Animation with appointment of Andrew Byrne as TV Project Manager
Saoirse Ronan and Saoirse-Monica Jackson join CINEMAGIC and LoveMovies.ie to celebrate Young Filmmakers and highlight the threat of piracy to the Industry
Screen Ireland supports new Return to Production Guidelines and launches new €1m Covid-19 Production Fund
Screen Ireland supports the publication of the COVID-19 Production Guidelines for live-action film and TV drama, and launches a new €1 million COVID-19 Production Fund.