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IFB appoint Cian McElhone as Business Affairs Manager
27 Apr 2017 :
The Irish Film Board today revealed McElhone will take up the position as of June 2017, and will report to Deputy Chief Executive Teresa McGrane.

As a media lawyer with Philip Lee, one of the largest and most active film and television practices in the Irish market, his experience extends to feature film, animation and TV.

Projects include ‘The Secret Scripture’, ‘The Lobster’, ‘My Name is Emily’, ‘Bridget & Eamon’, ‘Ripper Street’, ‘The Hallow’, ‘Kiva Can Do’, ‘The Day Henry Met’ and the ‘The Young Offenders’ to name but a few.

Teresa McGrane, Deputy Chief Executive, Irish Film Board:
"We are delighted to welcome Cian to the team. I’m very confident that the industry will benefit from the wealth of experience that he brings to the role."

will be responsible for a substantial amount of the IFB's contracting requirements across all projects and expenditure initiatives and will be the key point contact for companies contracting with the IFB.

Cian Mc Elhone, Business Affairs Manage, Irish Film Board:
“I am delighted to be joining the team at the IFB at a time when the Irish film, TV and animation industry is doing so well. I look forward to working with Irish filmmakers on their projects and building on this success with the IFB into the future.”

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