28 September 2022 The Irish Film & Television Network

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Budget 2023: Section 481 Tax Credit extended by Government to 2028
27 Sep 2022 | Minister Catherine Martin has confirmed a crucial extension to the Section 481 Tax Credit, which was due to expire in 2024, that will now see it available to the screen sector until 2028. 
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Major £25.2m virtual production studio in Belfast given green light as Belfast Region City confirm investment in Studio Ulster
27 Sep 2022 | Northern Ireland’s economy minister Gordon Lyons has confirmed a £25.2million Belfast Region City Deal investment in Studio Ulster, which will see the creation of a cutting edge virtual production studio. 
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“I quite like the challenge of writing characters without handles, for an audience to hold on to, you have to really work at keeping pace with them and go on the journey;“ Writer/director Antonia Campbell-Hughes discusses It Is In Us All
22 Sep 2022 | Ahead of its release in Irish Cinemas on September 23rd, IFTN spoke with actor-turned-writer and director Antonia Campbell Hughes, about her debut psychological thriller-drama It Is in Us All. 
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Tara Film Studios given green light by Wexford County Council
22 Sep 2022 | Cllr George Lawlor, Cathaoirleach of Wexford County Council has confirmed that An Bord Pleanála has given the green light to the Tara Film Studios development for North Wexford. 
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Showtime and Paramount confirm theatrical release date for Sinead O’Connor documentary Nothing Compares
21 Sep 2022 | Showtime and Paramount have announced their theatrical release plan for their upcoming feature documentary Nothing Compares, which chronicles the career of controversial Irish musician Sinead O’Connor. 
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“We’ve tried to portray real life, real relationships, and all the complexity that comes with that;” Producer Collie McCarthy discusses his debut Netflix Original, I Used To Be Famous
21 Sep 2022 | We spoke with Irish producer Collie McCarthy ahead of the release of his debut feature and Netflix Original Film, I Used To Be Famous, which is now streaming on Netflix worldwide. 
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Eclipse Pictures to release Aisling Trí Néallaibh: Clouded Reveries on November 11th
20 Sep 2022 | An intimate exploration of acclaimed writer Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s world and creative process, Aisling Trí Néallaibh: Clouded Reveries is a film about memories, motherhood and the mysterious nature of creativity. 
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Directors Rachel Moriarty and Peter Murphy discuss Róise & Frank, releasing in Irish cinemas Friday, September 16th
16 Sep 2022 | Ahead of the film’s theatrical release across Ireland on September 16th, IFTN spoke with writer/director duo Rachel Moriarty and Peter Murphy to find out more about their heart-warming film. 
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Kingfingers Films and Blinder Films reveals new six part drama series The Gone for RTÉ
14 Sep 2022 | Made in association with Southern Light Films (NZ) for RTÉ and TVNZ, the six-part New Zealand/Ireland co-production begins principal photography on location in Auckland and Te Aroha in New Zealand this week. 
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Turnip + Duck introduces new Irish animation Maddie + Triggs at Cartoon Forum
13 Sep 2022 | Irish writer-led creator studio Turnip + Duck is significantly ramping up activity ahead of Cartoon Forum and MIPCOM, launching brand new animated series Maddie + Triggs (39 x 7’) and expanding its operations with two new appointments. 
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Human trafficking and slavery by Viking explored in new TG4 docudrama
13 Sep 2022 | A new European co-production Íospartaigh na Lochlannach, which exploring the previously unknown history of human trafficking and slavery by Vikings, will make its debut on TG4 this Wednesday, 14th September at 9:30pm. 
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Colin Farrell and Martin McDonagh win major prizes at Venice Film Festival
12 Sep 2022 | Martin McDonagh’s hugely anticipated Irish feature film The Banshees of Inisherin has proven a hit with critics and audiences alike following its world premiere at Venice Film Festival where it received a 15-minute standing ovation. 
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New Irish Language Film Róise & Frank to be released in cinemas nationwide next week
09 Sep 2022 | Winner of Best Ensemble at Dublin International Film Festival, Break Out Pictures will release Cine4 film Róise & Frank in cinemas nationwide on September 16th. 
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Super acquires North American rights to Colm Bairéad's An Cailín Ciúin (The Quiet Girl)
08 Sep 2022 | Following the news last month that the record-breaking feature film had been selected by IFTA as Ireland’s entry for Best International film at the 95th Academy Awards®, news has emerged that the North America rights for Colm Bairéad’s Irish language classic has been acquired by Super. 
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New Dylan Moran comedy series Stuck begins on BBC Two
08 Sep 2022 | Comedian Dylan Moran’s brand new comedy series Stuck begins this Thursday September 8th at 10pm on BBC Two. 
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Trailer and poster released for Antonia Campbell-Hughes debut feature It Is In Us All
07 Sep 2022 | The trailer and poster artwork for Antonia Campbell-Hughes Irish feature film It Is In Us All, which will be released by Wildcard Distribution in Irish cinemas on September 23rd. 
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Deadline approaching for dlr First Frames Short Film Scheme
06 Sep 2022 | dlr First Frames Scheme will continue to support emerging filmmakers looking to develop ambitious and creative short films based in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown for 2022/23. 
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TG4 and Údarás na Gaeltachta announce a new drama development scheme specifically for Producers in Donegal
06 Sep 2022 | TG4 and Údarás na Gaeltachta have announced details of a new drama development scheme specifically for television producers in Donegal. 
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Neil Jordan crime noir thriller Marlowe starring Liam Neeson to make world premiere at San Sebastian Film Festival
05 Sep 2022 | The San Sebastian Film Festival has confirmed that Neil Jordan’s highly anticipated crime noir thriller Marlowe, which stars Liam Neeson and Diane Kruger, will feature as the closing film at next month’s festival where it will make its world premiere. 
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Irish producer wins European Producers Club (EPC) and Netflix pitching contest for a fictional series at Venice Film Festival
05 Sep 2022 | Irish film & TV producer Anna Mannion from Tri Moon Films has won the top prize of €50,000 to develop a fictional TV series. 
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