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From TheJournal.ie Irish film Vivarium selected to premiere at Cannes 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.

From TheJournal.ie Screen Ireland announces big plans for 2019, with enhanced funding for TV dramas 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.

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 No more funding for British movies with facial-scarred villains - but Ireland won't follow suit 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.

From TheJournal.ie Irish-produced documentary about Voyager space programme wins Emmy award The Farthest

Irish-produced documentary about Voyager space programme wins Emmy award

The American awards recognise excellence in the television industry.

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.