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#Irish Film Board

From TheJournal.ie Latex paint, road signs and yellow cabs... How to turn an Irish street into downtown New York 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.

From TheJournal.ie Thrillers, shootings, Katie Taylor and folklore - what we can expect from Irish films in 2018 Big Screen

Thrillers, shootings, Katie Taylor and folklore - what we can expect from Irish films in 2018

The Irish Film Board has announced details of its funding of homegrown film and TV productions this and last year.

From TheJournal.ie Latest Film Board funding goes to productions about widows, twins and happiness at Christmas Big Screen

Latest Film Board funding goes to productions about widows, twins and happiness at Christmas

In the third quarter of this year the IFB approved more than €3 million of funding for various projects.

From TheJournal.ie It's not all glamour (but you might see George Clooney): Irish filmmakers on international festivals The Irish Abroad

It's not all glamour (but you might see George Clooney): Irish filmmakers on international festivals

We talked to Irish filmmakers and the Irish Film Board about why it’s worth it.

From TheJournal.ie 'We want gender parity': Aspiring female filmmakers to benefit from up to €400k in new funding Diversity

'We want gender parity': Aspiring female filmmakers to benefit from up to €400k in new funding

The Irish Film Board said these new initiatives will encourage new female talent to enter the industry.

From TheJournal.ie Where are the women? Unconscious bias training planned to make Irish films more diverse Girls On Film

Where are the women? Unconscious bias training planned to make Irish films more diverse

It is being considered by the Irish Film Board.

From TheJournal.ie These are the next Irish films we're all going to be talking about On The Way

These are the next Irish films we're all going to be talking about

The details were announced this week.

From TheJournal.ie International marketing campaign on the way to entice more blockbusters to Ireland What To Watch

International marketing campaign on the way to entice more blockbusters to Ireland

But the Irish Film Board called again for more funding, saying it needs at least €20m.

From TheJournal.ie Irish film had "probably the greatest year on record" in 2016 On Screen

Irish film had "probably the greatest year on record" in 2016

But challenges still remain within the industry.

From TheJournal.ie Mel Gibson and Sean Penn are shooting a film 'all over Dublin' this month Professor And Madman

Mel Gibson and Sean Penn are shooting a film 'all over Dublin' this month

It’s like Braveheart all over again.

Mel Gibson is going to be filming 'all over Dublin' this month, and he's already here

It’s like Braveheart all over again!

From TheJournal.ie Brooklyn and Room made millions at the box office - but Irish filmmakers need more money Irish Film Board

Brooklyn and Room made millions at the box office - but Irish filmmakers need more money

The sector needs more government investment if it wants to keep this level of success, says the Irish Film Board.

From TheJournal.ie Watch out for these Irish films in 2016 What To Watch

Watch out for these Irish films in 2016

From thrillers to love stories, these are the ones to watch.

From TheJournal.ie Irish film is having a Hollywood moment - but it needs a lot more money Cash Injection

Irish film is having a Hollywood moment - but it needs a lot more money

That’s according to the Irish Film Board, which put out a call to the government for more funding today.

From TheJournal.ie TV3's Red Rock soap opera is looking for some new talent Action

TV3's Red Rock soap opera is looking for some new talent

Got what it takes?

From TheJournal.ie Bill O'Herlihy's wish granted as Irish Film Board changes its name 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.

From TheJournal.ie 'The industry is coming to Ireland in a big way': Bright future for Irish film with these talented graduates Ones To Watch This post contains videos

'The industry is coming to Ireland in a big way': Bright future for Irish film with these talented graduates

Ireland’s future film-makers hope to stay in Ireland as the industry grows.

From TheJournal.ie Amy Huberman has a dream cast in mind for her new movie... but BOD's ruled out Bolt

Amy Huberman has a dream cast in mind for her new movie... but BOD's ruled out

Huberman’s new movie has the working title ‘Bolt’.

From TheJournal.ie The IFTAs could potentially screen on TV3 Irish Talent

The IFTAs could potentially screen on TV3

RTÉ pulled out of airing the awards ceremony this year – and the Irish Film Board still hasn’t decided to fund it.

From TheJournal.ie He doesn't miss the football, but Billo misses his old pals Eamon and Johnny New Job

He doesn't miss the football, but Billo misses his old pals Eamon and Johnny

He said he thinks his replacement is doing a good job too.

From TheJournal.ie Irish Film Board wants more government money for the movie business Scannán

Irish Film Board wants more government money for the movie business

Chairman of the IFB Bill O’Herlihy says more can be done to improve the film industry.

From TheJournal.ie There are just five 'cities of film' in the world - and Galway's now one of them Congrats

There are just five 'cities of film' in the world - and Galway's now one of them

The announcement has been described as “hugely significant”.

Brendan Gleeson defends Calvary director's controversial criticism of Irish film

“The standard of some Irish films is not good enough”.

From The42 Paul Kimmage 'Rough Rider' documentary to be broadcast on RTÉ Worth A Watch

Paul Kimmage 'Rough Rider' documentary to be broadcast on RTÉ

The film documents the Irish journalist’s pursuit of Lance Armstrong along with his love-hate relationship with the sport of cycling.

New Irish movie filmed in Sligo wins major US distribution deal

Calvary stars Brendan Gleeson, as a priest.

From The42 ‘I want to look at Roy before he was Keane,’ says film director Tynan Citizen Keane

‘I want to look at Roy before he was Keane,’ says film director Tynan

Last night it was announced that ‘Rockmount’ would be made as part of an Irish Film Board project.

From TheJournal.ie Irish cartoon gets snapped up by Nick Jr UK (and RTÉjr) Imaginanimation

Irish cartoon gets snapped up by Nick Jr UK (and RTÉjr)

Chris O’Dowd is lined up to voice Puffin Rock, an animated series from the makers of The Secret of Kells.

Bad news... Star Wars isn't filming in Ireland after all*

*At least, not that anyone knows.

From TheJournal.ie Over 20 Irish films screening and selling at Cannes Film Festival Irish Film

Over 20 Irish films screening and selling at Cannes Film Festival

The Irish movers and shakers of the film industry are off to Cannes to promote Ireland’s movie-making talents.

From TheJournal.ie Bill O'Herlihy: I wasn't sure I was good enough to be Film Board head Billo On Board

Bill O'Herlihy: I wasn't sure I was good enough to be Film Board head

The new chairman designate of the Irish Film Board tells Oireachtas committee that he decided to “give it a lash” in the end.

From TheJournal.ie Oireachtas agenda: Companies, public pay and the HSE board Leinster House

Oireachtas agenda: Companies, public pay and the HSE board

Bill O’Herlihy will attend the Environment committee this afternoon to discuss his new job at the Irish Film Board.

From TheJournal.ie This short film may make you reconsider emigrating Ireland This post contains videos

This short film may make you reconsider emigrating

Newly-online Irish animation Origin tells the story of a young man on the brink of emigration – and how he discovers all that he can’t leave behind

From TheJournal.ie Animation giants due to speak in Ireland Creative

Animation giants due to speak in Ireland

Creatives with credits on movies ranging from Life of Pi to The Iron Giant to Inception will give tips to those wanting to make it in booming sector.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Ireland’s film industry is booming – and it’s about more than money Opinion

Column: Ireland’s film industry is booming – and it’s about more than money

The film industry is one of our few economic bright spots, writes Simon Carty – so we should support it now more than ever.

From TheJournal.ie Irish Film Board projects received €118m in foreign investment in 2012 Investment

Irish Film Board projects received €118m in foreign investment in 2012

The foreign investment for the 30 projects was 11 times greater than the €10.5 million investment by the Irish Film Board.

From TheJournal.ie Bollywood film shot in Dublin expected to be watched by 100 million people Bollywood This post contains images

Bollywood film shot in Dublin expected to be watched by 100 million people

Ek Tha Tiger, set in Trinity College, is being released in 24 countries around the world today.

17 Irish titles head for Cannes Film Festival

Movers and shakers of the Irish film scene are off to Cannes to promote Ireland’s movie-making talents.

From TheJournal.ie Irish turf-cutting film premieres at major film festival Irish Film This post contains videos

Irish turf-cutting film premieres at major film festival

Poignant short doc Home Turf makes the cut at Hot Docs in Toronto – one of world’s biggest documentary festivals.

From TheJournal.ie Third BBC drama to be filmed in Ireland Television

Third BBC drama to be filmed in Ireland

UK television is to spend €13 million in Ireland in the first quarter of the year.

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