Screen Producers Ireland, with Industry Stakeholders, has developed Return to Production Guidelines for the Film, TV Drama and Factual production.
Screen Producers Ireland welcomes key programme for government commitments for the production sector
Screen Producers Ireland (SPI) has welcomed the publication of the draft programme for Government document ‘Our Shared Future’ which includes the vast majority of the representative body’s key proposals.
In a statement Screen Producers Ireland has welcomed the announcement from RTÉ of a strategy to address its financial difficulties
Screen Producers Ireland welcomes the Minister for Communication’s commitment to the Irish Independent Production Sector.
Screen Producers Ireland launch a video campaign to recommend solutions for TV Licence Fee reform and to highlight that there is more the TV Licence Fee than just RTÉ.
The Irish Film Festival, in association with Screen Producers Ireland, is holding a discussion on the state of documentary production in Ireland today
At the end of May the graduates of the BA Video and Film Degree course of Wolverhampton which is facilitated by Colaiste Dhulaigh College of Further E...
Screen Producers Ireland (SPI) welcomes today’s publication of the Creative Ireland Audiovisual Action Plan and calls for extension of S481 tax credit.
Scannain spoke to Sarah Kiernan about Amplify Women's new guide to harassment and bullying in the workplace, The Harassment Toolkit.
The umbrella group Amplify Women has published a free practical toolkit on how to deal with harassment and bullying in the workplace.