Northern Ireland Screen celebrates week of great news for the screen industry in Northern Ireland.
Principal photography has begun in Northern Ireland on Pixie, a comedic thriller to be directed by Barnaby Thompson (St. Trinian's 1&2), it was a...
Channel 4 has commissioned DoubleBand Films to explore the changing face of Northern Ireland and its depiction on screen, as told by filmmaker Mark Cousins.
Element Distribution will release Shelly Love’s debut feature comedy A Bump Along the Way to Irish cinemas on 30th August.
The filmmakers behind Gaza, the documentary directed by Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell, have launched an appeal to restore a film festival in Gaza.
#Industry: Details of Canadian/Irish Co-Production development funds announced at Celtic Media Festival
The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland, the Canada Media Fund and Northern Ireland Screen announce details of the 2019 Rounds of their Co-development funding schemes.
Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Broadcast Fund is seeking applications from fluent Irish speakers for the ILBF New Entrant Scheme.
#Industry: Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Broadcast Fund announces funding decisions for 2019
Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Broadcast Fund (ILBF) has announced its latest funding decisions for 2019, with 21 projects supported.
Northern Ireland Screen to provide funding through the Screen Fund to develop feature documentaries up to a maximum of £7,500 based on a budget of £10,000.
Directors Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell's and Belfast-based Fine Point Films' latest documentary, Gaza, enjoys world premiere at Sundance Film Festival.