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‘IFTA Film and Drama Awards Special’ will air on June 1st at 9pm on TV3
29 May 2015 | The ‘IFTA Film and Drama Awards Special’ will air on TV3 this Bank Holiday Monday at 9pm. 
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Filmmaker Ciarín Scott talks “career-changing” IFTA win
29 May 2015 | On a night filled with loud applause at the recent IFTA Film & Drama Awards, one of the biggest cheers rang out when ‘In A House That Ceased To Be’ was announced the winner of the George Morrison Feature Documentary IFTA. 
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Irish horror ‘Let Us Prey’ hits number two on Top Horror Movies chart on U.S iTunes
29 May 2015 | Irish horror ‘Let Us Prey’ has built momentum ahead of its’ Irish/UK release by hitting number two on the Top Horror Movies chart on US iTunes. 
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Award-Winning Visual Effects Practitioners Announced for 2015 VFX: Script to Screen Programme
29 May 2015 | Award-winning Irish and international visual effects practitioners have been announced for the visual effects training programme VFX: Script to Screen 2015. 
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‘Shooting for Socrates’ to be released to cinemas on June 5th
28 May 2015 | ‘Shooting for Socrates’, a film about the heady days of Mexico 1986 when Northern Ireland met Brazil in the World Cup finals, goes on general release on Friday 5th June. 
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Tom Ryan’s ‘Twice Shy’ to begin shooting on June 15
28 May 2015 | Director Tom Ryan’s second feature ‘Twice Shy’ goes into principal photography on June 15th 2015, with filming set for locations in Ireland and the UK. 
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Creative Media DKIT Students unveil work at Fís 2015
28 May 2015 | Creative Media at DKIT returns with its end of year student showcase, Fís 2015, in the surroundings of the award-winning Carroll’s Building. 
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Element Pictures Distribution acquires ‘You’re Ugly Too’
27 May 2015 | Element Pictures Distribution has acquired the Irish and UK rights to Mark Noonan’s debut feature ‘You’re Ugly Too’. It will be released to Irish cinemas on July 24th. 
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Sharon Horgan’s ‘Catastrophe’ to air in the US through Amazon
27 May 2015 | ‘Catastrophe’, a six part British comedy series co-created by Irish actress and writer Sharon Horgan, has been set a US premiere date of June 19. 
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Call for drama talent by RTÉ and Northern Ireland Screen for sixth Storyland series
27 May 2015 | RTÉ and Northern Ireland Screen have announced a new season of Storyland, the award-winning commissioning project that gives emerging Irish drama talent an opportunity to make original programmes, viewable to a global audience via the RTÉ Player. 
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Limerick Council confirm €6m purchase of former Dell Building
26 May 2015 | Limerick City and County Council has announced that it has agreed terms on the purchase of a 350,000 square foot building in Plassey as part of its strategy for infrastructural development. It is proposed that the building will house a major international media hub to facilitate the production of film and television content and to provide support services. 
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10 Awards for RTÉ productions at IFTA Film & Drama Awards
26 May 2015 | RTÉ television shows, ‘Love/Hate’, ‘Charlie’, ‘Vikings’, ‘The Fall’, ‘One Million Dubliners’, animated short, ‘Somewhere Down the Line’ and documentary, ‘In A House That Ceased to Be’ won a total of 10 IFTA awards at the 12th annual ceremony in the Mansion House on Sunday night. 
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David Holmes wins Ivor Novello Award for ‘71
26 May 2015 | Northern Irish composer David Holmes has been awarded an Ivor Novello award for Best Original Score for his work on Belfast-set troubles drama ‘71’. 
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Deadline Approaching for Galway Film Fleadh Pitching Competition
26 May 2015 | The deadline for this year’s Galway Film Fleadh pitching competition is Friday, 5 June. 
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IFB Chairman Bill O'Herlihy has passed away
25 May 2015 | Veteran broadcaster and Irish Film Board chairman Bill O'Herlihy has passed away suddenly. He was 76. 
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IFTA Winners 2015
25 May 2015 | The winners of the 2015 IFTA Awards for Film and Drama were revealed last night at a star-studded awards ceremony at the The Mansion House in Dublin City Centre. 
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‘The Lobster’ wins Jury Prize at Cannes
25 May 2015 | Irish co-production ‘The Lobster’ has picked up the Jury Prize at the closing ceremony of the 68th Cannes Film Festival. 
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Red Carpet Showdown as stars of Vikings, Game of Thrones and Love/Hate converge at the IFTA’s
23 May 2015 | The IFTA Film & Drama Awards take place this Sunday, May 24 at the Mansion House and attendees are advised to bring their body armour as the leading actors and warriors of Vikings, the battlers of Game of Thrones and the gangsters of Love/Hate are all set to descend on the red carpet. 
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Actor Niall Toibin is granted Freedom of Cork
23 May 2015 | Actor Niall Toibin has received the Freedom of Cork in recognition for his artistic endeavour and career that has spanned over 50 years so far. 
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IFTA Awards Focus: Best Film
22 May 2015 | We continue our coverage of the IFTA Awards (this Sunday May 24) with a look at the six nominees of the Best Film category. 
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