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“Channel 4 is something we need to safeguard, and make sure that it's treated properly and protected;” Director Ian Fitzgibbon discusses his recent sitcom Hullraisers and working with Channel 4
19 May 2022 | Irish director Ian Fitzgibbon (Death of a Superhero, Raised by Wolves) spoke with IFTN about his recent sitcom Hullraisers, working with Channel 4 & its importance, and the impact of Covid 19. 
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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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Director Brian O’Malley discusses new AMC+ series That Dirty Black Bag
30 Mar 2022 | We spoke with Irish director Brian O’Malley to find out more about his new spaghetti western drama series That Dirty Black Bag for AMC+. 
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Linda Bhreathnach discusses new Crew Call Podcast shedding light on lesser-explored careers in Film & TV
29 Mar 2022 | The Galway Film Centre recently launched the Crew Call Podcast, a limited series of in-depth interviews with creatives working in lesser-explored areas of the Film & TV industry. 
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“I was much better equipped for film making when it came to it than I had realised;“ Writer/Director Stacey Gregg discusses her debut feature Here Before, HBO’s The Baby, and Ballywalter
25 Mar 2022 | Following on from the release of her debut feature Here Before, Belfast-native Stacey Gregg discusses how her background in theatre has influenced her, the difficulties of post-production process during a pandemic, and her upcoming work as a writer and director. 
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“There is a real energy to Irish language cinema at the moment;” Director Seán Breathnach discusses Foscadh
16 Mar 2022 | Following the film’s selection as Ireland’s Official Entry into the 2022 Best International Feature Oscars, the Irish language drama is currently on release in cinemas nationwide. 
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Writer/director Paula Kehoe discuses new TG4 series An Diabhal Inti
08 Mar 2022 | We spoke with writer/director Paula Kehoe to find out more about her visually arresting new TG4 series, which explores why women were accused of being “witches”. 
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New Irish drama The Liberties selected for Series Mania Co-Pro Pitching Sessions
02 Mar 2022 | Irish production The Liberties has been selected as one of 15 project for the Co-Production Pitching Sessions at this year’s Series Mania Forum. 
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“You had to be very alive to what was happening in the room;” Pat Collins on capturing The Dance
15 Feb 2022 | Having made its world premiere at the prestigious BFI London Film Festival, Pat Collins’ critically acclaimed documentary The Dance is currently on release in Irish cinemas. 
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Director Daniel O'Hara discusses Stay Close; Currently Netflix's No.1 English language TV show globally
20 Jan 2022 | We caught up with Irish director Daniel O’Hara to discuss the success of his latest project Stay Close, which currently holds the No.1 spot in Netflix’s Global Top 10 for TV. 
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Director Ciaran Donnelly discusses Amazon Prime's Wheel of Time ahead of season finale
23 Dec 2021 | Amazon Prime Video were hoping for a major debut season when they greenlit the adaptation of Robert Jordan’s bestselling novels, and that is exactly what The Wheel of Time (WoT) has delivered for the streaming giant. 
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“It's a wild, crazy, ridiculous movie that might be more conservative than reality”; Oscar winning writer/director Adam McKay discusses Don’t Look Up
22 Dec 2021 | Ireland is renowned as a nation of storytellers, but it also seems to be a source of inspiration and peaceful tranquility for those returning as distant members of the Irish diaspora. 
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“It’s imagination. That’s where I do most of my work, daydreaming. As Actors that’s where most of our toolbox lives;” Golden Globe nominated actress Caitriona Balfe In Discussion with IFTA
17 Dec 2021 | On Tuesday, The Irish Film & Television Academy hosted multiple Golden Globe-nominated and IFTA-winning actress Caitríona Balfe (Belfast, Outlander) for the final IFTA screen discussion event of 2021. 
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“My job is to manifest the best vision of the director with the material at hand;” Oscar-nominated editor Dody Dorn talks with IFTA
10 Dec 2021 | On Thursday, IFTA hosted Oscar-nominated editor Dody Dorn ACE (Memento, Kingdom of Heaven Director’s Cut, Zack Snyder’s Justice League) for its Editing - Skills in Focus event, supported by Screen Skills Ireland. 
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“The film is ultimately about the shared experience of wonder - it was really important that people's individual sense of wonder came through;" director Tadhg O’Sullivan discusses To The Moon
03 Dec 2021 | A poetic and cinematic ode to Earth's nearest neighbour, To the Moon is the latest feature project from filmmaker Tadhg O’Sullivan. 
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“You never know unless you ask, right?”; director Eoin Macken discusses Here Are The Young Men
02 Dec 2021 | Ahead of the theatrical release of Irish drama Here Are The Young Men this Friday, December 3rd, IFTN takes a look back at our discussion with director Eoin Macken from earlier in the year. 
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New series The Wild Gardener continues this Friday, Nov 26th on BBC Two at 8pm
26 Nov 2021 | Returning home to Wicklow on a very personal project, The Wild Gardener follows wildlife cameraman Colin Stafford-Johnson as he embarks on a journey to turn his old childhood garden into a haven for native wildlife. 
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Benjamin Cleary and Mahershala Ali on Irish director's debut feature Swan Song for Apple Film
22 Nov 2021 | Ahead of the release of Apple Original Film Swan Song, Oscar-winning short filmmaker Benjamin Cleary and Oscar-winning actor Mahershala Ali discussed the Irish directors debut feature at Deadline’s Contenders Film: Los Angeles panel at the DGA Theatre. 
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“He would berate me if I put down the camera when something difficult was happening;” Director Michael McCormack on capturing the intimacy of Breaking Out
19 Nov 2021 | Winner of the George Morrison Feature Documentary Award at the 2021 Irish Film & Television Academy Awards and Best Irish Documentary at the Galway Film Fleadh 2019, Breaking Out will release in cinemas this Friday, November 19th. 
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Dublin Bay eco-system series An Cuan begins on TG4 this Wednesday at 9.30pm
09 Nov 2021 | Dublin has a population tipping 1.5 million, and contains one of Europe’s busiest ports, yet it is also home to one of the most important wildlife conservation projects in the country. 
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