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Directors Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor discuss Rose Plays Julie
17 Sep 2021 | Ahead of the nationwide release of Rose Plays Julie this Friday, September 17th, IFTN spoke with the film’s writer-director duo Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor to find out more about the film. 
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Peter Francis discusses Oscar-nominated Production Design on ‘The Father’ and more at IFTA Skills in Focus Masterclass
17 Sep 2021 | The Irish Film & Television Academy (IFTA) hosted a special IFTA Skills in Focus: Production Design event with Oscar nominated Production Designer Peter Francis (The Father). 
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New BAI-commissioned report recommends development of robust procedures for reporting and monitoring online disinformation
17 Sep 2021 | More robust procedures for reporting and monitoring online disinformation need to be developed for the EU Code of Practice on Disinformation to become a more effective tool in fighting disinformation. That’s according to CovidCheck, a new research report assessing the implementation of the Code in relation to COVID-19. 
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Applications now open for the Gaiety School of Acting Part-Time Training Suite
16 Sep 2021 | The GSA Part-Time Training Suite provides a space for aspiring adult actors and theatre-makers to develop their skills. 
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TG4 and RTÉ partner to broadcast over 150 hours of free-to-air rugby coverage
15 Sep 2021 | As the brand new United Rugby Championship (URC) is officially launched, RTÉ and TG4 have confirmed that together they will deliver over 150 hours of club rugby to Irish audiences free-to-air. 
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GRETB announces 3rd year of the Media Production Assistant Traineeship
15 Sep 2021 | Following on from a hugely successful first couple of years of the Media Production Assistant Traineeship, Galway and Roscommon Education and Training Board (GRETB) has announced a third year of the course. 
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Over half a million viewers tune in as Irish crime drama Kin debuts on RTÉ One; All-Ireland Final becomes most watched programme in 2021 to date
14 Sep 2021 | A busy weekend of Irish content saw the national broadcast record the highest viewing figures of the year thus far as almost 950,000 tuned in to see Tyrone beat Mayo in the All-Ireland Final. 
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Treibh na nDéithe wins Spirit of the Festival award at the Celtic Media Festival Torc Awards
14 Sep 2021 | TG4 documentary Treibh na nDéithe has been awarded the Spirit of the Festival award at last night's Celtic Media Festival's Torc Awards. 
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Crime Drama Kin premieres Sunday 9.30pm on RTÉ One
10 Sep 2021 | The eight-part crime drama series set in Dublin premiere's on Sunday September 12, 9.30pm. 
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"I just felt like it was a story that had to be told"; Herself director Phyllida Lloyd talks with IFTN
10 Sep 2021 | Ahead of the nationwide cinematic release of Herself this Friday, September 10th, IFTN caught up with the film’s director Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia; The Iron Lady) to find out more about how she got involved with the film, her established theatre shorthand with actors Clare Dunne and Harriet Walter, encouraging Dunne to take on the role of Sandra, and why the story of Herself needs to be heard. 
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IFTA welcomes Oscar-nominated Production Designer Peter Francis for Skills in Focus: Production Design event
10 Sep 2021 | On September 16th, the Irish Film & Television will welcome celebrated Production Designer Peter Francis for an in conversation as part of the latest Skills in Focus event, in association with Screen Skills Ireland. 
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“I felt like a yin had met a yang”; Cathy Brady and Nora Jane Noone on the journey of Wildfire
10 Sep 2021 | We caught up with director/writer Cathy Brady and actor Nora Jane Noone to find out more about their incredibly poignant drama Wildfire – the unique workshopping process, developing an intimate shorthand, and shining light on taboo subject matters. 
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NFTS and Film4 announce £50,000 scholarship in honour of the late Sue Bruce-Smith
09 Sep 2021 | The National Film and Television School (NFTS) and Film4 have announced a new scholarship in honour of the late Sue Bruce-Smith. 
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Kerry International Film Festival announces Kerry Airport as new headline sponsor
09 Sep 2021 | Running for its 22nd year, the festival will take place October 14th – 17th 2021 and this new partnership between Kerry International Film Festival (KIFF) and Kerry Airport has provided a significant boost for the festival. 
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Quorn opens applications to filmmakers for new sustainability film fund
09 Sep 2021 | Plant-based food company Quorn has launched a film fund worth £15,000, which is looking to select three teams of filmmakers from Ireland and the UK to create short documentaries (8-12 mins) exploring the topic and the challenges faced to become a society with more sustainable sources of food. 
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A24 boards Shane Meadows' new BBC drama The Gallows Pole; George Mackay named among cast
08 Sep 2021 | In tandem with the casting announcement, Element Pictures has also confirmed that A24 have boarded the six-part series for the BBC, which is currently filming in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. 
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TG4 reveals 2021 Gradam Ceoil Awards recipients; ceremony to air as part of TG4's 25th anniversary celebrations
08 Sep 2021 | TG4 has announced the recipients of the 2021 Gradam Ceoil Awards, which pay homage to musicians who have advanced, strengthened, and preserved traditional music in Ireland. 
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Pat Collins' The Dance selected for 65th BFI London Film Festival
07 Sep 2021 | Irish director Pat Collins latest film, The Dance, will have its world premiere at the prestigious BFI London Film Festival where it will compete for the acclaimed Grierson Award for best documentary. 
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Official trailer released for Irish comedy Deadly Cuts ahead of cinema release on October 8th
06 Sep 2021 | Wildcard Distribution released the official trailer for new Dublin-set comedy Deadly Cuts to coincide with the announcement that the film will hit cinemas nationwide on Friday, October 8th. 
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Wildfire receives Irish premiere at Clones; McGuigan family accept Nika McGuigan’s IFTA Award
30 Aug 2021 | Nika McGuigan’s final film Wildfire, received its Irish premiere in her hometown of Clones, Co Monaghan in the Barry McGuigan Park at 6pm Sunday evening August 29th. The premiere was hosted by Clones Film Festival and presented by Wildcard Distribution to a sellout crowd at the outdoor event. 
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