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742 articles available in total starting from 19/06/2002. Last article published on 02/12/2021.

Episode 16: About Joan (France/Germany/Ireland)

Episode 16: About Joan (France/Germany/Ireland)

The producers of Laurent Larivière's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support  

02/12 | The Co-production Podcast

Alina Grigore’s Blue Moon wins at the 66th edition of the Cork International Film Festival

Alina Grigore’s Blue Moon wins at the 66th edition of the Cork International Film Festival

The Irish gathering took place in a hybrid form and wrapped on Sunday, after announcing the winners of the audience awards  

24/11 | Festivals | Awards | Ireland

Episode 13: Wolf (Ireland/Poland)

Episode 13: Wolf (Ireland/Poland)

The producers of Nathalie Biancheri's film are invited to speak about their collaboration and the financing of their film, which has received Eurimages support  

19/11 | The Co-production Podcast

Review: Foscadh

Review: Foscadh

Seán Breathnach’s Irish-language, Connemara-set drama is not easy viewing but is certainly a fine cinematic exploration of deep existential discomfort  

16/11 | Films | Reviews | Ireland

Kieron J Walsh  • Director of The Racer

Interview: Kieron J Walsh • Director of The Racer

"There no need to wage war over a border"

The Irish filmmaker who attended the Arras Film Festival chatted with us about his latest film and his upcoming project Skintown  

16/11 | Arras 2021

Review: The Racer

Review: The Racer

Kieron J Walsh’s fiction film delves into the world of professional cycling, looking behind the occasionally noxious scenes of a Tour de France team and following in the wake of a wingman in the...  

09/11 | Arras 2021

In Galway, European commissioning editors discuss how the documentary landscape has changed over the last 18 months

In Galway, European commissioning editors discuss how the documentary landscape has changed over the last 18 months

The talk covered a variety of topics, including the shift from linear to virtual programming and broadcasters' latest editorial strategies for producing and distributing non-fiction content  

08/11 | Industry | Market | Europe

Screen Ireland announces new Pathways scheme to ensure diversity

Screen Ireland announces new Pathways scheme to ensure diversity

Minister of Culture Catherine Martin has also launched phase III of the Speak Up initiative; both efforts will require a total public investment of €700,000  

25/10 | Industry | Market | Ireland

A seminar on neurodiversity and inclusion in the screen industries organised by Screen Skills Ireland

A seminar on neurodiversity and inclusion in the screen industries organised by Screen Skills Ireland

The virtual event explored the different strategies and solutions to favour the inclusion of neurodiverse creative workers  

19/10 | Industry | Market | Ireland

Documentary auteur Joshua Oppenheimer returns with the mysterious musical project The End, starring Tilda Swinton

Documentary auteur Joshua Oppenheimer returns with the mysterious musical project The End, starring Tilda Swinton

The Danish-Irish-German co-production also has British thesps Stephen Graham and George MacKay on board, who are presumably practising their singing voices  

05/10 | Production | Funding | Denmark/Ireland/Germany

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