25 October 2020 The Irish Film & Television Network
     

Crock of Gold: A few rounds with Shane MacGowan picks up Special Jury Prize at A-List Festival
29 Sep 2020 | Following the world premiere of the film at the San Sebastián International Film Festival last week, the Shane McGowan documentary Crock of Gold: A few rounds with Shane MacGowan has picked up the Special Jury Prize at the prestigious A-list festival in Spain. 
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Variety names the National Film School at IADT as one of the top worldwide film schools of 2020
29 Sep 2020 | The National Film School at the Institute of Art, Design + Technology has been named as one of Variety’s Top Film Schools for 2020. 
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Seven Irish creatives selected for Screen International's Stars of Tomorrow 2020
28 Sep 2020 | Screen International has revealed the selected alumni for its Stars of Tomorrow 2020, which includes three Irish actors: Helen Behan (The Virtues), Paul Mescal (Normal People), and Dónall Ó Héalai (Arracht); Northern Irish writer-director duo Declan Lawn and Adam Patterson (The Salisbury Poisinings) and writer-director Colum Eastwood (Black Medicine); Costume Designer Sinéad Kidao (This Way Up); and Cinematographer Kate McCullough (Arracht, Blood, Normal People). 
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101 Films acquires Ireland and UK rights to Chiara Viale's The New Music
28 Sep 2020 | Silver Mountain Distribution has announced the sale of all UK and Ireland rights of The New Music to 101 Films. 
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Director Peter Mackie Burns discusses Rialto
25 Sep 2020 | We spoke with Scottish director Peter Mackie Burns (Daphne) to find out more about how he got involved with Rialto, his second feature film, working with lead actors Tom Vaughan-Lawlor and Tom Glynn-Carney, and the importance of place in storytelling. 
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TG4 to broadcast six-part series on Cork Folk Festival starting this October
25 Sep 2020 | Fans of traditional and folk music will be treated to the best of the annual Cork Folk Festival in a new six-part series captured in some of Cork’s most iconic venues. 
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Call for Entries: Sheffield Doc|Fest Film and Arts Programme 2021
25 Sep 2020 | Sheffield Doc|Fest is open for entries from around the world that wish to be considered for launching or premiering as part of the 2021 official selection, within either the film or arts programme. 
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Screen Skills Ireland launches Skills Needs Analysis Survey 2020-2021
24 Sep 2020 | Professionals and companies/organisations from across the screen sector have been invited to have their say on skills development. 
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Director Ciara Hyland discusses Cogadh ar Mhná
23 Sep 2020 | The new historical documentary on TG4 examines the lost and untold stories of sexual violence against women during the Irish War of Independence and the subsequent Civil War. 
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Irish drama Rialto starring Tom Vaughan-Lawlor releases in cinemas on October 2nd & 10th
23 Sep 2020 | Breakout Pictures have arranged a staggered release of October 2nd (nationwide) and 10th (Dublin) for the highly anticipated film, which made its world premiere at the 76th Venice International Film Festival last year, to fall in line with current Dublin Level 3 restrictions. 
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Fergus O'Farrell documentary Breaking Out to close IndieCork 2020
23 Sep 2020 | IndieCork has announced that Michael McCormack acclaimed feature documentary Breaking Out has been selected as the closing night film at this year’s festival. 
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Tony Kearns on Editing
22 Sep 2020 | With the nominations for the IFTA Awards announced, we continue to shine a spotlight on Irish talent who are blazing a trail across our industry, working in front of and behind the camera. 
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Screen Skills Ireland announces new call for Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme
22 Sep 2020 | Screen Skills Ireland, the skills development unit within Screen Ireland, has announced the next call for applications to the Screen Stakeholders Funding Scheme, which enables organisations and initiatives to provide skills development opportunities for the Irish screen sector. 
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Northern Ireland Screen opens call for applications for Short Film Fund
22 Sep 2020 | The creative screen body for Northern Ireland intends to use Lottery Funds provided through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and BFI NET.WORK to support the production of Short Film. 
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Official trailer and poster released for Element Pictures' Herself
21 Sep 2020 | Element Distribution and Picturehouse Entertainment have shared the official Irish and UK trailer for the female-driven drama Herself. 
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IFI Documentary Festival 2020 begins tonight
21 Sep 2020 | The 18th IFI Documentary Festival starts tonight, online nationwide at IFI@Home, with the Irish premiere of Ron Howard's Rebuilding Paradise. 
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The final episode of Lisa McGee's The Deceived airs tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One
21 Sep 2020 | Virgin Media Television’s original Irish drama series The Deceived featuring Emmett J Scanlan and Paul Mescal concludes tonight on Virgin Media One at 9pm. 
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EAVE Producers Webinar Series: Open for Registration
21 Sep 2020 | As part of EAVE 2020, the EAVE workshop “virtually in Ireland” has been organized in co-operation with Fís Éireann / Screen Ireland, Greasán na Meán Skillnet, Screen Skills Ireland, BAI, TG4, Creative Europe Desk Ireland MEDIA Office Galway and Danú Media. 
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Cathy Brady shortlisted for this year's IWC Schaffhausen Filmmaker Bursary Award
21 Sep 2020 | The BFI and IWC Schaffhausen have revealed Irish writer/director Cathy Brady as one of the three filmmakers shortlisted for the IWC Schaffhausen Filmmaker Bursary Award in association with the BFI. 
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No Irish winners at the Emmy Awards as Fiona Shaw and Normal People miss out
21 Sep 2020 | It was a disappointing evening for the Irish nominated at this year’s virtual Emmy Awards, which saw Pop TV’s Schitt’s Creek lead the way with seven awards on the night. 
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