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Online Consultation for pilot Basic Income for the Arts launched by Minister Martin
06 Jan 2022 | Ahead of applications opening for the pilot scheme being made available for artists and creative arts workers to support their practices, Minister Martin has announced a scheduled online consultation for the public. 
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CREW secures planning for new Creative Industries Innovation Hub at GMIT Cluain Mhuire Campus
08 Dec 2021 | CREW has been given the green light by Galway City Council to proceed with its proposed planning permission and development of an innovation hub on the GMIT Cluain Mhuire Campus. 
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Deadline for submissions: Storyland 2022 closes this Sunday, December 12th
07 Dec 2021 | The deadline for Storyland 2022 is fast approaching for the RTÉ and Screen Ireland scheme, which previously announced increased investment for this year’s edition. 
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Applications due to open for 2022 Virgin Media Discovers short film competition
30 Nov 2021 | Virgin Media Discovers 2022, a short film Competition in association with Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland, returns with submissions for this year’s edition opening on December 1st. 
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€2 million Fund to support the promotion of Irish arts globally announced by Minister Martin
24 Nov 2021 | The funding is to support Irish artists, arts organisations and Irish cultural centres abroad to present events covering architecture, dance, film, literature, music, theatre and the visual arts on the international stage. 
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DoubleBand Films, Paper Owl Films, and Triplevision among funding recipients for Irish Language Broadcast Fund 2021
22 Nov 2021 | Northern Ireland Screen’s Irish Language Broadcast Fund (ILBF) has announced its latest funding decisions for 2021. 
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BAI announces latest funding awards of €5.9m under Sound & Vision Scheme
18 Nov 2021 | The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has announced details of the latest funding awards under the Sound & Vision 4 Broadcasting Funding Scheme. 
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Applications now open for second iteration of Bow Street's Actor As Creator initiative
04 Nov 2021 | Bow Street Academy has announced the return of its popular Actor as Creator initiative in association with Screen Ireland and Equity. 
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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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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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Applications open for new Structural Marketing and Distribution Support Fund for Irish distribution companies
07 Oct 2021 | Screen Ireland has announced a new fund to support Irish distribution companies in recognition of the exceptionally difficult period being experienced by the sector, with challenges including cinema closures, content delays and the current battle for exhibition space in reduced-capacity theatres. 
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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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NFTS and Film4 announce £50,000 scholarship in honour of the late Sue Bruce-Smith
09 Sep 2021 | The National Film and Television School (NFTS) and Film4 have announced a new scholarship in honour of the late Sue Bruce-Smith. 
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Quorn opens applications to filmmakers for new sustainability film fund
09 Sep 2021 | Plant-based food company Quorn has launched a film fund worth £15,000, which is looking to select three teams of filmmakers from Ireland and the UK to create short documentaries (8-12 mins) exploring the topic and the challenges faced to become a society with more sustainable sources of food. 
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Irish Famine film Arracht optioned by Hurt Locker producer for Hollywood remake
27 Aug 2021 | Following on from the films critical acclaim, award wins, and selection as Ireland’s official entry for the 2021 Oscars® Arracht has now been optioned by Smuggler and Kingsgate Films for a Hollywood remake. 
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