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Liam Cunningham cast in new Netflix sci-fi series 3-Body Problem
02 Nov 2021 | Game of Thrones star Liam Cunningham is one of 12 actors to be announced as part of the leading cast for Netflix’s upcoming sci-fi series 3 Body Problem. 
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“The truth here is stranger than fiction;” Martina McGlynn & Garret Daly discuss Doc NYC-bound Nothing to Declare
29 Oct 2021 | 36 years after two Irish boys grabbed international headlines as infamous stowaways to New York City in 1985, Keith Byrne and Noel Murray’s story will return to the city synonymous with their tale. 
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First-look trailer released for new Irish horror Unwelcome from Grabbers director Jon Wright
28 Oct 2021 | The drop of the new trailer comes following the recent acquisition of the film’s North American rights by Well Go USA Entertainment. 
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Amazon secures Saoirse Ronan and Paul Mescal Sci-Fi Thriller ‘Foe’ in €30m deal
26 Oct 2021 | Amazon Studies has finalised its worldwide acquisition of Garth Davis sci-fi thriller Foe in a deal that is estimated to be in the region of €30 million. 
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“The Irish language is an incredible cultural mine that has barely been tapped in terms of film;” Director Tom Sullivan discusses Arracht
22 Oct 2021 | We spoke with Dublin writer/director Tom Sullivan about his debut feature film Arracht, to find out more about making his first feature through the Cine4 scheme, bringing authenticity to the film through collaboration, and the untapped potential of Irish language film internationally. 
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Virgin Media Television seeking submission for BAI Sound and Vision Fund
21 Oct 2021 | Virgin Media Television (VMTV) is looking for new factual documentary series and factual entertainment formats as part of the BAI Sound & Vision Fund. 
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First Irish opera film The Lighthouse to screen in cinemas for one night only this November
20 Oct 2021 | A new production of Peter Maxwell Davies’s chamber opera The Lighthouse, directed by Irish filmmaker Edwina Casey, is set to screen in cinemas across Ireland next month. 
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“I just think it's a voice that's so funny and criminally underused;” Deadly Cuts director Rachel Carey on the need for more working-class female-led comedies
15 Oct 2021 | As Deadly Cuts targets the top grossing Irish film of 2021, we caught up with writer/director Rachel Carey to find out more about taking the leap to feature film, writing what you know, and tapping into an underused source of comedy. 
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West Coast Casting seeking extras for Foundation: Season 2 in Troy Studios
15 Oct 2021 | Irish casting agency West Coast Casting have opened a casting call for extra ahead of the beginning of production on the Apple+ flagship drama, Foundation. 
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Filming underway in Galway on new Irish drama series North Sea Connection
15 Oct 2021 | Principal photography has begun in Roundstone, Co. Galway on new drama thriller series, North Sea Connection. 
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Budget 2022: Full Programme of supports for Culture and Arts, Gaeltacht, and Media sectors revealed
13 Oct 2021 | The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD, and Minister of State, Jack Chambers TD, have announced details of €1,197,498,000 gross funding allocated to the Department in Budget 2022. 
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Budget 2022: Screen Ireland receives 22% budget increase; €5.5M allocation for new Media Commission
13 Oct 2021 | Several positive allocations of funding for the Irish Screen industry within Budget 2022 have been revealed by the Minister for the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin TD. 
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Budget 2022: € 4.2m in additional funding allocated to TG4 for 2022
13 Oct 2021 | This marks the second year in a row that the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media has given a significant funding increase to TG4. 
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JETS Call for Entry 2022: The Film Initiative That Takes You Beyond
13 Oct 2021 | The pitching session takes place annually during the International Film Festival Berlin, where 20-24 projects are selected from a pool of emerging filmmakers for the JETS initiative. 
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First-look revealed for Harlan Coben's Stay Close; James Nesbitt and Daniel O’Hara attached
12 Oct 2021 | Netflix has unveiled first-look images and details surrounding the cast and crew of Stay Close; the adaptation of Harlan Coben’s best-selling novel of the same name. 
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Deadly Cuts targets top grossing Irish film of 2021 following strong opening weekend
12 Oct 2021 | Following its national release on October 8th, Dublin-set hairdressing comedy Deadly Cuts has ranked in third place at the Irish Box Office chart on its opening weekend - behind international productions No Time To Die and The Addams Family 2. 
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Screen Ireland launches new three year strategy; €3 Million to be invested in developing creative screen industry skills
06 Oct 2021 | Screen Ireland’s new three-year strategy entitled Building for a Creative Future 2024 includes a series of new initiatives focused on developing screen industry that contributed €289 million to economy in first half of 2021 and directly supports 12,000 jobs. 
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Screen Ireland launches new Creative Futures Fund
05 Oct 2021 | The fund is designed to help support companies strengthen and hone their expert creative capabilities. 
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Actor Aidan Gillen and Vikings director Stephen Saint Leger join Subotica's Gaelic Epic The O’Neill
01 Oct 2021 | Game of Thrones and Kin star Aiden Gillen has been cast as one of the lead in The O’Neill, a Gaelic epic from Irish production company Subotica (Michael Inside) that tells the story of Irish Gaelic lord, Hugh O’Neill. 
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IFTA-winning documentary Breaking Out releases in cinemas on November 19th
29 Sep 2021 | Winner of the George Morrison Feature Documentary Award at the 2021 Irish Film & Television Academy Awards and Best Irish Documentary at the Galway Film Fleadh 2019, Element Distribution has announced that Breaking Out will release in cinemas on November 19th. 
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