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Final Instalment of ‘David McWilliams’ Ireland’ Airs Tonight on TV3 – Thursday, November 23
23 Nov 2017 | In the final episode of ‘David McWilliams’ Ireland’, the renowned broadcaster and economist takes on the rural lobby and asks if it’s time to accept that the economic future of Ireland is urban? 
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Filming Begins on Set of Famine Short in Dublin
23 Nov 2017 | Filming for ‘The Hunger Times’, a short drama about the Irish Famine, aimed at 10-13 year olds, begins in Dublin this week. Tile Media will be filming on location in a number of areas around north Co. Dublin. 
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International Screen Star Colin O’Donoghue back in Dublin for IFTA In Conversation
22 Nov 2017 | The Irish Actor who is the star of ABC and Netflix award-winning ‘Once Upon a Time’ tv drama, has a loyal audience of 12.8 Million viewers around the world. 
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RTÉ Launch New Mockumentary ‘The School’ Online Ahead of TV Broadcast Date
20 Nov 2017 | RTÉ have taken a new approach with home-produced ‘The School’, making the entire series available on the RTÉ Player last Friday (November 17th). 
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Subtitle Film Festival Returns November 20-26th
20 Nov 2017 | The Irish film festival for popular European subtitled films returns to Kilkenny this week with what is set to be its biggest year yet. 
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Cork Film Festival 2017 Award Winners Announced
20 Nov 2017 | Irish short film ‘Wave’ has further solidified its contention for Oscar recognition next year after winning the Grand Prix award for Best Irish Short at Cork Film Festival’s closing award ceremony last Sunday (November 19th). The award was presented ahead of the Closing Gala screening of ‘Downsizing’ at The Everyman. 
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Royal Television Awards Announce Winners
17 Nov 2017 | The winners of the Royal Television Society Northern Ireland (RTS NI) 2017 Programme Awards were announced tonight at a glittering awards ceremony in The MAC Belfast, hosted by TV presenter Angela Scanlon with guest presenter Michael Smiley. 
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Dub Web Fest Gears Up for Third Year – Nov. 24-26th
17 Nov 2017 | Dub Web Fest, Dublin’s only web series festival returns next weekend, November 24-26th. The festival, which is supported by the Dublin City Council, Dublin.ie, and the French Embassy of Ireland has announced a diverse schedule ahead of its third year, which launches in the Generator, Smithfield November 24th. 
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Cork Film Festival Gears Up for Documentary Industry Day
16 Nov 2017 | The 62nd Cork Film Festival will hold its flagship Documentary Industry Day on Friday, November 17 at The Metropole Hotel, to be presented in partnership with Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board and supported by Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and Screen Training Ireland. 
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TG4 Release Celtic Format Pilot Scheme 2017/2018
15 Nov 2017 | Once again MG ALBA, S4C and TG4 are proud to unite in this the third year of the Celtic Formats pilot scheme. 
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'Beyond the Woods' secures Irish, UK, US and Canadian distribution
10 Nov 2017 | Irish horror movie 'Beyond the Woods' has secured UK, US, Irish and Canadian distribution with UK horror distributor LEFT Films. 
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Irish Production Company Crossing the Line beats BBC’s Planet Earth to Grierson Award
08 Nov 2017 | 'Wild Ireland' a documentary highlighting the wildlife and landscapes of Ireland’s Atlantic coast won Best Natural History Film at the Grierson Awards - the UK’s most prestigious documentary prizes. 
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‘Dark Lies the Island’ Secures International Sales Deal with Independent Film Company
08 Nov 2017 | Following the wrap on Irish black comedy ‘Dark Lies the Island’, British-based sales agent Independent Film Company have confirmed that they have secured an international sales deal for the project. 
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‘Kubrick by Candlelight’ Wins Best Film at Waterford Film Festival
08 Nov 2017 | Having been awarded the Film Offaly/Filmbase Bursary in 2016, David O’Reilly (Writer/Director) and Vinnie Jassal (Producer) have had an extremely successful few months culminating in a win for ‘Best Short Film’ at the Waterford Film Festival. 
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Dublin City Council Issues 2018 Fee Information for Shooting in Dublin
03 Nov 2017 | These fees will be applied from January 1st, 2018. Late applications (if accepted) will result in double the relevant application fee for all productions that do not meet the required lead-in time. 
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Derry Native Andrea Harkin to direct new BBC One drama ‘Come Home’
24 Oct 2017 | Northern Ireland Screen is delighted to announce that new BBC One drama, Come Home, is to be directed by local woman, Andrea Harkin. Produced by RED Production Company, cameras roll on the 3x60 minute series this month. 
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Troy Studios Welcomes Production Crew to Limerick ahead of ‘Nightflyers’ Shoot
11 Oct 2017 | Troy Studios welcomed Production crews as they arrived in Limerick ahead of their 16 week shoot for George R.R. Martin’s ‘Nightflyers’ series. 
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BBC Commissions New Crime Series ‘The Dublin Murders’
02 Oct 2017 | The eight part series will be an adaptation of Irish novelist Tana French’s crime novel series. 
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Shooting for DeLorean Documentary commences in Northern Ireland
02 Oct 2017 | The film will focus on John DeLorean’s personal achievements, his failings and his efforts with the sectarian divide in Northern Ireland at the time of the cars manufacturing. 
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Blake Lively and Jude Law Attached to Eon Production ‘The Rhythm Section’
29 Sep 2017 | London based Production Company Eon have added Jude Law and Blake Lively to their cast for the new production, which is reported to be filming in Ireland and Spain. 
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