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# screen ireland

This year
2023
# oscars business
How Oscars week was used to help boost Irish 'screen tourism'
Meetings took place between studios like Marvel and Lucasfilm and Minister Catherine Martin and Tourism Ireland.
# ireland on screen
'People's perception of what an Irish film is, and the quality of it, has totally changed'
What’s making Irish film have such a moment in 2023?
# Irish Film
Growth and impact of Irish film highlighted as Screen Ireland unveils its slate for 2023
Director John Carney and actors Charlene McKenna, Eve Hewson and Eva Birthistle were among the talent at today’s event.
All time
# screen ireland
€3 million to be invested in Ireland's TV and film industry to keep up with production demands
Screen Ireland’s new three-year strategy outlines how the organisation will support the sector for the next three years.
# a look back
Plaudits for Normal People continue the rise and rise of director Lenny Abrahamson
The first time we may have seen Abrahamson’s work on TV might not be what you expect.
# creative help
New funding to help film and music industries cope with 'devastating impact' of pandemic
Screen Ireland announced its new funds, while IMRO, IRMA, and First Music Contact announced a new payment.
# 21st Century workplace
Want to be a CGI wizard, sous chef or finance specialist? There's now an apprenticeship for that
Apprenticeships are changing – but attitudes to them need to catch up.
# unheard voices
Want to be the next Tarantino or Campion? The hunt is on for Ireland's undiscovered screenwriters
There’s a particular emphasis on people whose voices are not being represented fully on screen.
# critic's week
Irish film Vivarium selected to premiere at Cannes
It will compete for the two prizes given by La Semaine de la Critique’s jury.
# screen ireland
Screen Ireland announces big plans for 2019, with enhanced funding for TV dramas
A total of €16.2 million in capital funding has been allocated to Screen Ireland for 2019.
# film locations
Latex paint, road signs and yellow cabs... How to turn an Irish street into downtown New York
…Like in Greta (pictured). We talk to an expert about how it all happens.
# i am not your villain
No more funding for British movies with facial-scarred villains - but Ireland won't follow suit
The I Am Not Your Villain campaign wants the film industry to stop using scars as a shorthand for villainy.
# the farthest
Irish-produced documentary about Voyager space programme wins Emmy award
The American awards recognise excellence in the television industry.
# action
TV3's Red Rock soap opera is looking for some new talent
Got what it takes?
# screen ireland
Bill O'Herlihy's wish granted as Irish Film Board changes its name
The change was given the seal of approval the week before he died.