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IRISH FILM & TELEVISION CREW NEWS
IFTN chats to Light House Studio Co-Founders and two-time Oscar Nominees Cartoon Saloon
24 Feb 2017 | We are all cheering for actress Ruth Negga and costume designer Consolata Boyle who are both nominated for their respected work in ‘Loving’ and ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ at the 89th Academy Awards this Sunday, February 26th 
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Martin Scorsese will receive Award from President Michael D Higgins at special IFTA event in Dublin
24 Feb 2017 | Michael D Higgins will present Martin Scorsese with the Academy’s prestigious John Ford Award at a very special Reception event in Dublin on Saturday, immediately after the world renowned filmmaker delivers a key Masterclass with IFTA Academy Members and filmmakers. 
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Irish Talent in Contention at the Independent Spirit Awards
24 Feb 2017 | The awards acknowledge the highest achievements in independent film and see Oscar-nominated Ruth Negga and renowned cinematographer Robbie Ryan in the line-up of nominees. 
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IFTN Launches Jobs Newsletter for Film, Television & Media Candidates
22 Feb 2017 | The Irish Film & Television Network is delighted to announce we are now publishing a weekly newsletter on the latest roles advertised on IFTN Jobs and upcoming deadlines. 
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Production Sound Mixer Ronan Hill receives 4th Consecutive CAS Award
20 Feb 2017 | The Irish talent received the Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing honour at the Cinema Audio Society Award for his work on the most recent season of ‘Game of Thrones’ last Saturday, February 18th. 
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Trailers Round-Up: Irish Talent, Locations & Productions from 'Song to Song' to 'Twin Peaks'
20 Feb 2017 | In addition to the latest cinema release round-up published last week, which notes the success of ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ alongside new releases ‘Maudie’ and ‘Lost in France’, an array of new trailers are out recently highlighting Irish productions, talent and locations. 
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IFTA host Creative Music Genius Kevin Godley at Windmill Lane Recording Studios
17 Feb 2017 | The event with a discussion led by ‘The Siege of Jadotville’ director Richie Smith marks the latest of the IFTA In Conversation series, taking place on Tuesday February 21st at the Windmill Lane Recording Studios, Dublin. 
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Irish Film Board to host ‘Without Name’ Case Study with Lorcan Finnegan
15 Feb 2017 | The IFB have announced a panel discussion of the horror film from young Irish director Lorcan Finnegan which screened at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. 
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Filmbase to host The 5 Day Actors Comedy Essentials
15 Feb 2017 | Running from April 3rd-7th this intensive training course will simulate a live, multi-cam sitcom shoot while teaching about comedy archetypes and character development through the 10 characters of comedy, with training from the Actors Comedy Studio in Los Angeles. 
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Call for Applications: VR Creator’s Lab Training
15 Feb 2017 | The Munich-based facility is welcoming applications from European writers, VR (virtual reality) developers and enthusiasts, game designers, 360° filmmakers and creative producers for a five-day training session. 
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New Horizons Colloquium 2017 to hold National Conversation on Women in Irish Film & Television
14 Feb 2017 | The one-day event is set to take place in Mary Immaculate College, Co. Limerick on Friday March 3rd, with industry professionals, funding body representatives, broadcasters and more in attendance to engage in dialogue on the matter of gender equality in the industry. 
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Colin & Darren Thornton to tutor 'A Date for Mad Mary' Screenplay Case Study in Galway
14 Feb 2017 | The one-day event on Wednesday March 8th will include a screening of Darren Thornton’s debut feature, an interview event and lunch at the G Hotel. It is hosted by the Galway Film Centre in association with the BAI. 
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Guiding Lights 8 Mentors & Participant Pairings Announced
14 Feb 2017 | The scheme which matches mentors with upcoming talent in the industry, has announced the latest round of pairings with Director Andrew Haigh (45 Years), Producer Tessa Ross (Room) and Writer Moira Buffini (Jane Eyre) included in the line-up of new mentors. 
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Stunt School Ireland host a range of Courses this February
14 Feb 2017 | The organisation represents the majority of stunt performers in Ireland and has been running for over twenty years. In addition to qualifications offered in areas such as fighting, falling, water and more, a range of courses are running this month in Co. Wicklow. 
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‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ honoured at VES Awards
08 Feb 2017 | The Visual Effects Society Awards honoured fantasy series ‘Game of Thrones’ for the acclaimed ninth episode of its sixth season, ‘Battle of the Bastards’, as well as animated feature film ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ voiced by NI talent Art Parkinson. 
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“An Klondike is a gritty place, that had to be reflected in the music” – IFTN speaks to Composer Steve Lynch
01 Feb 2017 | With the return of the IFTA award winning Irish goldrush drama to TG4 on February 1st, IFTN speaks to composer Steve Lynch of Stellar Sound about his experiencing scoring for ‘An Klondike’. 
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‘Kubrick by Candlelight’ Director David O’Reilly chats to IFTN about filming in Offaly
30 Jan 2017 | The seasoned locations scout received the FilmOffaly bursary award in October 2016 for his short script focusing on the filming of Kubrick’s ‘Barry Lyndon’ in Ireland in the 1970s. 
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WHAT’S IN YOUR BAG: Low Budget & Micro-Budget Film Expo
25 Jan 2017 | An opportunity for vendors and film professionals to show Dublin’s low budget/micro-budget film community what they have to offer is taking place in Dublin on Saturday 1st April from 10-4pm at Filmbase in Temple Bar. 
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“I do think we have to move on from reinventing talent based shows,” IFTN Talks Formats with Paul Jackson
24 Jan 2017 | IFTN talked to the British television director, producer and executive about his thoughts on the reliance on old TV formats, the lack of fresh approaches within the TV industry particularly within the entertainment genre and any tips he has for successful creative programming. 
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‘It’s Not Yet Dark’ Director Frankie Fenton talks Sundance and filming Simon Fitzmaurice
20 Jan 2017 | Fenton’s debut feature film comes in the form of a moving documentary on his fellow Irish director, who was diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease in 2008. 
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