Screen Training Ireland has outlined its plans for 2017 and beyond. The goal is to identify and provide training and development of the highest quality.
The 61st Cork Film Festival will run an industry film financing forum called ALT.FUND at The River Lee Hotel on November 17th.
The River Lee will host two days of industry activity at the 61st Cork Film Festival including the first ever ‘Doc Day’ on Friday November 18th.
Filmbase has announced Close Up, the first in a series of talent development schemes for actors. Takes place November 8th to December 13th.
Freelance Film & TV Ireland app aims to bring together all freelancers in the Irish film and television industry at the push of a button.
Irish film industry group Film Network Ireland is taking its online networking community into the real world with its first official meetup event.
Irish TV will be hosting a training course in television presenting in Dublin on the 16th and 17th of April.
On Friday March 4th, Mary Immaculate College will play host to a new event titled Women in the Irish Film Industry: Moving from the Margins to the Centre.
The EU Commission have just announced details of the latest Call for Slate funding.
Industry: Applications open for Foundation Drafting Course from Screen Training Ireland and Galway Film Centre
Screen Training Ireland with the Galway Film Centre are seeking participants for a Foundation Drafting Course, aimed at trainees and assistant art directors