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LoveMovies.ie Campaign ‘Irish Moments Worth Paying For’ launches today
06 Jul 2017 : Katie McNeice
The Industry Trust for IP Awareness Ireland has teamed with the Irish Film Board on the campaign, which gathers some of the very best moments from Irish cinema releases in recent years.

The new campaign releases online today Friday July 7th, and across cinemas in Ireland. The trailer thanks audiences for buying a ticket and reminds them how seeing Irish film on the big screen is integral to supporting the creative talent and the industry that works so tirelessly to make these pictures.

From the hugely life-affirming ‘Room’ to the moving character portrait of ‘A Date for Mad Mary’, as well as the hilarity of ‘The Young Offenders’, this exclusive trailer— which will be rolled out across Irish cinemas—will reinforce the message that these really are ‘Moments Worth Paying For.’

The Industry Trust’s consumer education campaign continues to deliver this core message; inspiring audiences to choose the big screen experience. Like the others in the series, the trailer directs audiences to the industry-funded film search engine, lovemovies.ie which signposts them to legal content sources so they can book, buy and watch at their convenience.

David Burke, Chairman, Industry Trust for IP Awareness:
“Being able to work with The Irish Film Board on this campaign has been an extremely rewarding experience. As a country, Ireland has such a rich heritage of storytelling and this selection of moments fills me with great pride in Irish Film. Our research has concluded that audiences are more likely to support the film industry after watching the trailers that are directly speaking to them. So it’s hugely vital to remember how our cinema ticket supports the 18,000 film and film-related jobs in Ireland. We continue to inspire our core audiences with messaging through our trailers.”

James Hickey, Chief Executive, the Irish Film Board:
“Irish film is currently enjoying great success both with local and international audiences. The film industry has been thriving in Ireland over the last number of years, creating an increasing number of jobs for people working in Ireland and exports for Irish companies bringing inward investment into Ireland.

“It is vital the revenue received from these films is shared with the creators who produce them and it is also crucial for the wider development and prosperity of the industry. Piracy prevents this happening and measures to eliminate piracy are an essential part of protecting the livelihoods of creative talent including Irish directors, writers, producers, cast, and crew.”





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