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IRISH POST-PRODUCTION INTERVIEWS & FEATURES
In this series of IFTN Q&As and feature interviews, leading film and television industry experts in post production offer advice and answer a series of questions about their career background, their current work and thier their views on the industry today.
LATEST POST-PRODUCTION FEATURE
Daytime Emmy Nominated Sound Editors Steve Maher & Peter Blayney Talk with IFTN 
IFTN caught up with Irish sound editors Peter Blayney and Steve Maher to get a better insight into the sound industry in Ireland and to find out more about their Daytime Emmy nominated projects, ‘Angela’s Christmas’ and ‘The Stinky & Dirty Show’. 

More Post-Production Feature Interviews
Windmill Lane Announces Appointment of Mick Creedon as Senior Engineer
12 Jun 2013 | One of Dublin’s longest established post production houses, Windmill Lane, has announced the appointment of Mick Creedon as Senior Engineer to its Pictures Audio division. 
Gorilla Post Production Appoints Dominic Lord as Head of Video
24 May 2013 | Gorilla Post Production - one of Dublin’s fastest growing post production facilities for audio, graphics and video editing - has announced the appointment of Dominic Lord as its new Head of Video and a production slate of three major animation series. 
'Quirke' wraps filming as BBC eye autumn air date
07 Mar 2013 | Principal photography on the 1950’s-set BBC series Quirke will wrap in Dublin tomorrow, March 8 and will continue post-production at Windmill Lane. 
Making The Cut: Career Advice From Director Of Photography Suzie Lavelle
07 Dec 2012 | In what is generally regarded to be an industry profession dominated by men, Suzie Lavelle has fought her way to become one of Ireland’s most promising directors of photography. In 2010, she became the first female winner of the Director of Photography IFTA for her work on Conor Horgan’s ‘One Hundred Mornings’ and has since been nominated a second time for Rebecca Daly’s ‘The Other Side of Sleep’. 
Making The Cut: Career Advice from ‘What Richard Did’ Editor Nathan Nugent
15 Nov 2012 | IFTA-nominated editor Nathan Nugent has worked across a plethora of film and TV projects, including the IFTA Award-winning feature ‘As If I Am Not There’ and Lenny Abrahamson’s internationally acclaimed feature film ‘What Richard Did’. 
Making The Cut: Career Advice From…‘Game of Thrones’ Sound Recordist Ronan Hill
07 Nov 2012 | Emmy Award winner and two-time IFTA winner, Ronan Hill is one of the most in-demand production sound mixers and sound recordists working in Ireland. 
INTERVIEW: Business Is Reelgood At Irish Production Hub
30 Aug 2012 | Aidan Sheeran doesn’t sound like a managing director operating within the middle of the recession. “I suppose in a funny way we’ve been bucking the trend,” he says almost apologetically. “We’ve been terribly busy over the last while and there’s been a huge volume of work across the various areas we work in.” 
Excitement Builds At Egg As ‘Sinbad’ Sets Sail
14 Jul 2012 | As Sky One gets set to broadcast the first episode of their much-anticipated €22m drama series ‘Sinbad’ this Sunday (July 8), IFTN visits Egg post-production house who played a key role in the 12-part series, including the spectacular visual effects. 
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