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Director Nora Twomey on Cartoon Saloon's new Netflix Original, My Father's Dragon
21 Nov 2022 | Oscar-nominated Irish director Nora Twomey took some time to speak with IFTN, ahead of the release of Cartoon Saloon’s first Netflix animated feature film, My Father’s Dragon, which is currently available to stream worldwide. 
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Irish delegation voyage to World Animation Summit in Los Angeles
07 Nov 2022 | An Irish animation delegation led by Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland and Enterprise Ireland will attend the World Animation Summit in Los Angeles this week to showcase the work of Irish creative talent, strengthen relationships and increase collaboration between the animation industry in Ireland and Los Angeles. 
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Hasbro sells Irish animation studio Boulder Media to Australia's Princess Pictures
03 Nov 2022 | Australian production company Princess Pictures is acquiring Irish animation studio Boulder Media from its previous owner Hasbro, the international toy giant. 
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Northern Ireland Screen launches new 4-year strategy: "Stories, Skills and Sustainability"
11 Oct 2022 | NI Screen launches its new strategy Stories, Skills and Sustainability detailing its ambitious plans for the next 4 years.   
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Minister Catherine Martin TD opens Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland Industry Day 2022
05 Oct 2022 | More than 400 professionals from the screen industry gathered in Dublin, as part of Screen Ireland’s first in-person industry events since the Covid-19 pandemic. 
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First-look trailer and key artwork released for Cartoon Saloon’s Netflix film My Father’s Dragon
29 Sep 2022 | Netflix has released the trailer, key art, and new images along with the official release date for Irish animated film My Father's Dragon. 
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Budget 2023: Funding allocations for TG4, RTÉ, Screen Ireland, and Coimisiún na Meán
28 Sep 2022 | Organisations within the Arts, Cultural, Media, and Broadcasting industries have welcomed the news of financial increases to annual budgets and a €60m fund to subsidise energy bills under Budget 2023 
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Budget 2023: Section 481 Tax Credit extended by Government to 2028
27 Sep 2022 | Minister Catherine Martin has confirmed a crucial extension to the Section 481 Tax Credit, which was due to expire in 2024, that will now see it available to the screen sector until 2028. 
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Turnip + Duck introduces new Irish animation Maddie + Triggs at Cartoon Forum
13 Sep 2022 | Irish writer-led creator studio Turnip + Duck is significantly ramping up activity ahead of Cartoon Forum and MIPCOM, launching brand new animated series Maddie + Triggs (39 x 7’) and expanding its operations with two new appointments. 
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Deadline approaching for 2nd round of Animation, VFX & Games Graduate Traineeship
08 Sep 2022 | Animation Skillnet and Screen Ireland are currently seeking applicants for the next iteration of the hugely successful Graduate Traineeship Programme for Animation, VFX and Games, which is supported by Skillnet Ireland under the Skills Connect Programme. 
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Irish animation sector calls for industry tax relief to be extension
29 Aug 2022 | The Irish animation sector, led by Animation Ireland - the business group representing Irish animation studios, has called on the Government to extend the crucial Section 481 tax relief beyond 2024 so that international film and television can continue to be produced in Ireland. 
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Animation Ireland leads Irish Kidscreen delegation to Miami for world’s largest animation event
22 Jul 2022 | A delegation of leading Irish animation members were in Miami this week to represent Ireland at the Kidscreen Summit, one of the most important annual events in the world animation calendar. 
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Successful teams announced by Screen Ireland for Frameworks, the flagship Irish animated short film scheme
05 Jul 2022 | Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland has announced the successful teams for the latest edition of its Frameworks animated short film scheme, which is co-funded by RTÉ. 
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Over €4.6m allocated by Creative Europe to Irish screen industry in 2021
04 Jul 2022 | Creative Europe has revealed that over €4.6 million has been awarded to Irish MEDIA and Culture projects that applied for Creative Europe funding in 2021. 
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Irish short film Glimpse wins VR award at Annecy International Animation Film Festival
21 Jun 2022 | Irish VR short film Glimpse, from XR creator Michael O’Connor and Oscar winner Benjamin Cleary, has picked up the Cristal for Best VR Work at the 41st Annecy International Animation Film Festival. 
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TG4 animated film, Sol takes top prize for best Children's Programme at Celtic Media Festival 2022
09 Jun 2022 | At yesterday evenings Celtic Media Festival Torc awards in Quimper, France, TG4’s film Sol took the prize in the Children’s programme category. 
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3rd edition of ACE Producers Animation Special Workshop gets underway in Ireland
31 May 2022 | The third edition of the ACE Producers Animation Special has gotten underway in Dublin this week. 
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Minister Martin showcases Irish VFX companies to US Execs as part of LA Trade Mission
18 May 2022 | Earlier this week, the Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin (T.D.) met with senior executives from Los Angeles-based studios as part of a two day trade mission to support, promote, and grow Ireland’s screen industry. 
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Animation Ireland membership now open to Northern Ireland studios
12 May 2022 | Animation Ireland, Animation UK, and Northern Ireland Screen have agreed a deal that will open membership to studios based in Northern Ireland. 
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“Intellectual property has a massive value in the market, but currently the people who create that do not get rewarded”; WGI director Hugh Farley discusses the potential of the proposed Content Levy
29 Apr 2022 | As the discussion around the introduction of a proposed content levy on PayTV and VOD services begins to intensify, IFTN explores the potential benefits that industry stakeholders believe will come with the implementation of this levy. 
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