Limerick's film production facility, Troy Studios, has announced expansion plans, adding a fourth sound stage and allowing for two simultaneous productions.
Screen Training Ireland has announced three new appointments to the current team: Sorcha Scully, Emer MacAvin, and Sharon O’Hara.
#Industry: Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht clarifies the €200m funding allocation for the Irish Film Board
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.
#Industry: Government pledges €200 million to Ireland’s media production and audio visual industries
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.
Alan Duggan has been announced as the new Manager of Galway Film Centre, the non-profit, members based organisation dedicated to the development of film as an artistic medium in the West of Ireland.
IFI Spotlight returns on April 27th for a day dedicated to Irish film and television, reviewing the past year, and considering current trends and equality.
Ireland's famous Ardmore Studios has been acquired by Olcott Entertainment, after they struck a deal for Ardmore Studios International Ltd's 68% holding and Enterprise Ireland's 32%.
Earlier today it was announced that Filmbase, the dedicated centre to Irish film development, education, and equipment, is to close as it enter voluntary liquidation. This is a dark day for the Irish film industry. We've gathered some responses from industry figures.
The Irish Film Board has unveiled a revamped website which updates the development agency's online presence to reflect a more modern design, flow, and feel.