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“The story will continue in another form”; Peaky Blinders to end on the BBC after sixth season
19 Jan 2021 | Peaky Blinders creator and writer Steven Knight has revealed that the forthcoming sixth season of his hit period drama will be the last, though it could return in a film format. 
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The New Frontiers: Ireland and the (Film Studio) Space Race
15 Jan 2021 | COVID 19 has left the Film & TV industry in something of a contradictory situation at the moment. With lockdown driving more and more audiences towards streaming platforms this has increased the need for original content while simultaneously making it more and more difficult to shoot content. 
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Arracht eyes potential Oscar nomination as voting nears for 15-film shortlist
15 Jan 2021 | With the Oscars’ Best International Feature 15-film shortlist expected on February 9th, Irish-language feature film Arracht is in with the chance to become the first Irish film nominated in the category’s history. 
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Virgin Media Player to undergo revamp as VMTV launches its Spring 2021 Schedule
15 Jan 2021 | Virgin Media Television (VMTV) has announced details of its Spring 2021 TV schedule with a major revamp of the Virgin Media Player, expanded News and Current Affairs coverage, brand new entertainment shows, top class free-to-air sport, and a selection of international drama and entertainment. 
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BAI launches three-year strategy statement
14 Jan 2021 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has launched its new Strategy Statement 2021-2023, which will guide its work for the next three years. 
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George Kane directs Back: Season Two starring Peep Show's David Mitchell & Robert Webb
14 Jan 2021 | Peep Show's David Mitchell & Robert Webb reunite next week for the long-awaited second series of Channel 4 sitcom Back, directed by Irish director George Kane (Crashing, Flack) for Big Talk Productions (Rev, Mum, Spaced). 
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Trailer released for Gerard Lough's Irish thriller Spears
14 Jan 2021 | Shot in four different countries, this ambitious independent production will have a much larger scope than Lough’s debut feature horror, Night People (2015). 
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Finné producer Aisling Ni Fhlaithearta talks with IFTN
13 Jan 2021 | We caught up with producer Aisling Ni Fhlaithearta ahead of the return of her award-winning documentary series, Finné to find out more about the research and development process, filming during COVID-19, and what we can expect from season three. 
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Call for applications: Series Women - new EPI online training for female producers
12 Jan 2021 | Applications are open until February 1st for Erich Pommer Institut's new online training programme for female television series producers. 
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FÍS TV Summit 2021 returns this month with Amazon Studios’ Georgia Brown announced as first keynote speaker
11 Jan 2021 | The FÍS TV Summit will return from January 25th – 28th with Amazon Studios’ Director of European Original Series, Georgia Brown revealed as the first keynote speaker for Ireland’s only TV conference. 
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Irish Film & Television and the VoD Market
11 Jan 2021 | VoD (Video-on-Demand) is no longer the upstart newcomer disrupting the traditional video and television markets, rather it has become a cornerstone of the industry. 
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Filming underway in Northern Ireland for debut feature Ballywalter
11 Jan 2021 | Actor Prasanna Puwanarajah’s feature directorial debut Ballywalter is currently shooting in Northern Ireland. 
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Director Emer Reynolds discusses Phil Lynott: Songs For While I’m Away
08 Jan 2021 | We caught up with director Emer Reynolds to get a better insight into bringing the story of one of Ireland’s greatest ever frontmen to the big screen. 
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2021 Awards Calendar: New dates, unconventional ceremonies, and Irish hopefuls
07 Jan 2021 | With the major International Awards ceremonies slightly delayed this year due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, IFTN rounds up the ceremony and nomination dates of the Golden Globes, SAG Awards, BAFTA Awards and 93rdAcademy Awards, as a number of Irish hopefuls seek nominations. 
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Jessie Buckley cast as lead in Men, Alex Garland next film for A24
07 Jan 2021 | Following on from the success of her leading role in Charlie Kaufman’s I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Irish actress Jessie Buckley looks set to take on the leading role in Alex Garland’s next feature film for A24. 
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RTE confirms new episodes of Reeling in the Years will air this Spring
06 Jan 2021 | RTE has confirmed that the first new episodes of Reeling in the Years for over a decade will be screened this spring. 
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Planning Permission granted for "State of the art" Greystones Film Studio and Media Campus
06 Jan 2021 | Wicklow County Council has granted a 10-year planning permission to Greystones Media Campus (GMC) Ltd for a multi-studio film and media campus in Greystones. 
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New Dungeons & Dragons film adaptation set to be filmed in Belfast
05 Jan 2021 | The fantasy classic is set to start shooting at Titanic Studios, Belfast in early 2021. 
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BAI's Sound & Vision Scheme: Element Pictures' The Dry and Deadpan Pictures' Dead Still S2 among recipients
05 Jan 2021 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) has announced details of the latest funding awards under the Sound & Vision 4 Broadcasting Funding Scheme and details of additional funding for 2021. 
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Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart discuss Wolfwalkers
21 Dec 2020 | We caught up with the directors behind Cartoon Saloon’s Wolfwalkers, Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart to find out more about the intricacies involved in developing and creating an animated feature film, their approach as co-directors, what animation can teach live-action filmmakers, and the influence of Wes Anderson on the Cartoon Saloon family. 
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