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BAFTA Crew 2015 participants features six crew members from Northern Ireland
24 Jul 2015 | The BAFTA Crew 2015 participants have been revealed and six crew members based in Northern Ireland have been included; five returning with one new member. 
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Soap Series: Interview with ‘Fair City’ Executive Producer Brigie de Courcy
21 Jul 2015 | This summer IFTN is taking a closer look behind the scenes of Ireland’s soaps – kicking off the series this week is our interview with ‘Fair City’ Executive Producer Brigie de Courcy. 
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‘Game of Thrones’ receives 24 Emmy nominations including fourth consecutive nod for Ronan Hill
17 Jul 2015 | ‘Game of Thrones’ was the big winner when the Emmy nominations were announced earlier this week picking up a massive 24 nominations. 
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Luke Johnston, whose credits include ‘In The Name of the Father’, ‘Becoming Jane’ and ‘Bloody Sunday’, has passed away
17 Jul 2015 | Luke Johnston, known to many in the Irish film and television industry for his fantastic work on films such as ‘In The Name of the Father’, ‘Becoming Jane’ and ‘Bloody Sunday’, has passed away peacefully. 
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Shane Connaughton to script six part mini-series about Shakespeare
16 Jul 2015 | Irish writer Shane Connaughton, who works across film, TV, theatre and novels, has been attached to script a mini-series about a young William Shakespeare. 
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IFTN talks to You’re Ugly Too’ director Mark Noonan and actor Aidan Gillen
15 Jul 2015 |  
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‘The Survivalist’ writer/director Stephen Fingleton talks to IFTN
13 Jul 2015 | IFTN were at the Galway Film Fleadh last week where they caught up with Northern Irish writer/director Stephen Fingleton - whose debut feature ‘The Survivalist’ screened to a very positive response on Friday, July 10. 
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Oscar nominated and BAFTA-winning producer Brian J. Falconer chosen for UK mentoring scheme Guiding Lights
08 Jul 2015 | Producer Brian J. Falconer has been announced as one of the 15 candidates selected for this year’s Guiding Lights, a UK mentoring scheme that picks out rising talent within the industry and aims to take their career to the next level. 
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Filmmaker Johnny O’Reilly on ‘Moscow Never Sleeps’ – screening at the Galway Film Fleadh on July 11
06 Jul 2015 | The Galway Film Fleadh kicks off this week with one of the key titles screening at the festival being Moscow-based Irish director Johnny O’Reilly’s second feature ‘Moscow Never Sleeps’. 
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Teach Solais: There is a light that never goes out
03 Jul 2015 | With big-budget projects such as ‘Penny Dreadful’, ‘Vikings’, ‘Love/Hate’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ under their belt, it has undoubtedly been a busy couple of years at Teach Solais HQ, one of Ireland’s leading Film/TV Lighting & Generator Hire companies. 
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Crossing The Line Productions launch new website and upgrade Phantom Flex Kit
01 Jul 2015 | It has been a busy start to the month for Crossing The Line Productions as they have launched a new website as well as announcing an upgrade to their slow motion Phantom Flex kit, available to hire in Ireland and internationally. 
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An Idiot’s Guide to becoming a Multi-Oscar nominated Irish Animator - Interview with Cartoon Saloon's Paul Young
29 Jun 2015 | With not one but two Oscar nominations under their belt, Ireland’s Cartoon Saloon are clearly doing something right. But, how do the numbers add up? Paul Byrne gets the lowdown from Paul Young, the producer behind ‘The Secret Of Kells’, ‘Song Of The Sea’ and TV’s ‘Puffin Rock’... 
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‘Boogaloo and Graham’ director Michael Lennox invited to join AMPAS
29 Jun 2015 | Northern Irish filmmaker Michael Lennox, who directed the BAFTA-winning and Oscar-nominated short film ‘Boogaloo and Graham’, has been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 
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Pictúir Paradiso: ‘Father Ted’ co-creator Arthur Mathews on the films that shaped him
26 Jun 2015 |  
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SDGI present Foras na Gaeilge Award to Tom Collins
24 Jun 2015 | The Screen Directors Guild of Ireland (SDGI) has presented the Foras na Gaeilge Award to Irish director and producer Tom Collins in recognition for his Outstanding Contribution in the Irish language in Film and TV. 
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IFTA-winning Production Designer John Paul Kelly talks ‘The Theory of Everything’
22 Jun 2015 | Coming off a wave of international acclaim as well as an IFTA Award for his work on the ‘The Theory of Everything’, John Paul Kelly took time out of his very busy schedule to talk us through the theory of being an award-winning Production Designer. 
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Mark Noonan’s ‘You’re Ugly Too’ winner of Director’s Finders Series
19 Jun 2015 | Mark Noonan’s ‘You’re Ugly Too’ has been announced the winner of the Director’s Finders Series, providing the director with the opportunity to showcase his feature film at the Directors Guild of America Theatre in LA on 21st August 2015 with the aim of securing a US distribution deal for the film. 
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Interview with DoP James Mather – IFTA winner for ‘Frank’
19 Jun 2015 | Fresh off winning an IFTA Award for shooting ‘Frank’, IFTN caught up with DoP James Mather to talk about his work on Lenny Abrahamson's film. 
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Irish composer Stefan French chosen for ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop in LA
19 Jun 2015 | Dublin-based Irish film composer Stefan French has been chosen as one of 12 composers, following over 300 submissions worldwide, to participate in the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop in Los Angeles this summer. 
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A Glass Act: Singer/Songwriter and ‘Sing Street’ soundtrack curator Gavin Glass on the films that shaped him
17 Jun 2015 | When he’s not releasing his own chart-topping albums - such as this month’s Sunday Songs - Gavin Glass keeps himself busy helping others find their groove, either as producer in his Orphan Recording Studios in Inchicore, Dublin, musical director for the likes of Lisa Hannigan, or curating the soundtrack to John Carney’s ‘Sing Street’. 
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