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Canada joins Eurimages, the Council of Europe

Posted: 16th March 2017

Canada has become the first non-European country to accede to the Council of Europe’s cultural fund, Eurimages, as an associate member.The country joins 37 European states already participating in the Fund, which distributes 25 million euros annually to film co-production, distribution an...

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Watch Irish Films this St. Patricks Day

Posted: 15th March 2017

No matter where you are this 17 March, you can watch a huge variety of Irish films on Netflix—a perfect way to celebrate Irish cinema on St. Patrick’s Day. Here’s a round-up of some of the best Irish titles available to watch right now: The Young Offenders Directed by Peter Foott,...

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Screen Training Ireland To Support An Irish Writer on Guiding Lights 2017

Posted: 15th March 2017

Screen Training Ireland, part of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board (IFB), is pleased to announce that it is supporting an Irish writer (or writer/director) to participate in the ninth edition of Guiding Lights, the UK’s most prestigious film mentoring scheme. The dea...

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The Young Offenders and A Date for Mad Mary are major winners at Irish Film Festival, Boston

Posted: 15th March 2017

The award winners for the Irish Film Festival, Boston have been announced alongside a stellar line-up of Irish films which will screen in the festival, taking place in Somerville, Massachusetts from 23–26 March. Peter Foott’s hilarious Cork-set comedy, The Young Offenders and Darren Tho...

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