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Aerial Filming Ireland reveal details of Stock Library
21 Apr 2015 | The AFI Stock at Aerial Filming Ireland has been created by filmmakers to help filmmakers get the most out of their budget. 
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Writer/Director Frank Berry on his new film ‘I Used To Live Here’
02 Apr 2015 | Made largely with a cast of non-actors, Frank Berry’s powerful teen suicide drama ‘I Used To Live Here’ is a true labour of love. And caring. Paul Byrne talks to the noted Irish filmmaker. 
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Brown Bag Films celebrates Emmy Win and two Daytime Emmy Nominations
02 Apr 2015 | Dublin-based animation studio Brown Bag Films are celebrating an Emmy win and two Daytime Emmy nominations for their work on their 3D animated series ‘Peter Rabbit’ and ‘Doc McStuffins’. 
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EGG Post Production’s Sound team talk to IFTN about acclaimed work on ‘The Canal’
27 Mar 2015 | Normally seen as an “invisible art" within the cauldron that is the filmmaking process, Irish horror film ‘The Canal’ (screening at JDIFF this weekend) offered the sound guys at EGG an opportunity to bring their skills to the fore of the film as writer/director Ivan Kavanagh’s script was resolutely in favour of having the sound play on the emotions of the audience. 
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‘Penny Dreadful’ leads BAFTA Television Craft nominations with five
25 Mar 2015 | The nominations for the 2015 BAFTA Television Craft Awards have been announced, with ‘Penny Dreadful’ leading the way with five nominations. 
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Q&A with Pól Brennan – composer of ‘An Bronntanas’
24 Mar 2015 | Having earned an IFTA Award for his past collaboration with director Tom Collins on the acclaimed ‘Kings’ – Pól Brennan had no problem picking up the phone when Tom Collins came calling again for the Irish-language thriller ‘An Bronntanas’. 
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Winners of inaugural Irish Animation Awards at Dingle
16 Mar 2015 | The first ever Irish Animation Awards took place in Dingle Skelligs Hotel in Dingle on Friday, March 13 with categories covering television, short films and craft awards - with 12 categories in total. 
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Tomm Moore to receive Murakami Award at Animation Dingle
13 Mar 2015 | Cartoon Saloon’s two-time Oscar nominee Tomm Moore will receive The Murakami Award at Animation Dingle. 
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Interview with Ciarín Scott – director of Christina Noble documentary ‘In A House That Ceased To Be’
12 Mar 2015 | With her documentary about Irish humanitarian and children's rights activist Christina Noble about to hit Irish cinemas (March 13) after five years in the making, IFTN talks to director Ciarín Scott. 
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Old Genre, New Tricks
12 Mar 2015 | With ‘Skunky Dog’, writer/director James Fitzgerald taps into small-town despair in the wilds of Ireland. And it’s hitting a nerve, picking up its second award just last week. Paul Byrne pulls up a couch. 
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Production Design Symposium to be held at IADT (12-13 March)
11 Mar 2015 | Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT) are to host a Production Design Symposium on Thursday, 12 March and Friday, 13 March. 
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Crackit Productions looking for crew for new series shooting in Dublin in May
11 Mar 2015 | UK-based Crackit Productions are looking to put together a team for a high volume series they are producing in and around Dublin in May. 
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Q&A with Stefan French – composer of ‘The Guarantee’
09 Mar 2015 | Dublin-based composer Stefan French is the man behind the music of one of the most talked about Irish films of 2014 – the fact-based political drama ‘The Guarantee’, directed by Ian Power and starring Peter Coonan and Gary Lydon. 
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Today’s The Day
06 Mar 2015 | As he prepares to shoot his debut short, ‘Today’, in the wilds of Connemara with ‘Love/Hate’ star John Connors in the lead role, Galway filmmaker Tristan Heanue takes time out to IFTN’s Paul Byrne about this very important day. 
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Q&A with Lorna Marie Mugan – costume designer of ‘Peaky Blinders’
06 Mar 2015 | With the critically acclaimed first season of ‘Peaky Blinders’ now broadcasting on RTÉ2, IFTN caught up with the woman behind the designing of the 1920 period garb worn in the second season of the hit BBC drama. 
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Q&A with Steve Lynch – composer of Irish horror film ‘Let Us Prey’
05 Mar 2015 | With ‘Let Us Prey’ (starring Liam Cunningham) having its’ Irish premiere at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival later this month, IFTN caught up with the films’ composer Steve Lynch to talk about his work on the film. 
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The Outsider's Insider
04 Mar 2015 | As a recent New York retrospective attests, Paul Duane is one of Ireland’s finest documentary filmmakers. As ‘Very Extremely Dangerous’ arrives on the home market, he talks to IFTN’s Paul Byrne about being drawn to outsiders, the changing markets, and getting friendly with Bill Drummond. 
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The NFS Lecture Series to host Screen Scene’s Jim Duggan on March 5th
03 Mar 2015 | The National Film School, in association with Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board will welcome Jim Duggan, the managing director of Screenscene as part of the Lecture Series on Thursday, March 5th. 
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Irish composer Patrick Cassidy nominated for ASCAP Award for ‘Calvary’ score
27 Feb 2015 | Irish composer Patrick Cassidy has been nominated for an ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) Award for his work on the IFTA-winning black comedy ‘Calvary’. 
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IFTN talks to casting director Maureen Hughes
26 Feb 2015 | As one of Ireland’s most renowned casting directors – finding actors for films and television shows such as ‘Once’, ‘Six Shooter’, ‘Raw’, ‘Noble’, ‘This Must Be The Place’, ‘Love/Hate’ and ‘Charlie’ – the work of Maureen Hughes has undoubtedly been an integral cog in the rise of Irish screen actors on the international scene over the past 10 years. 
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