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27
Jun

Self-shooting training with ScreenSkills

27/06/22

ScreenSkills is hosting Step up to shooting AP and Becoming a self-shooting PD courses. Step up to shooting AP This new, highly practical, extensive training programme is aimed at researchers, APs and others working […]

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24
Jun

Channel 4 announces Lyra – an emotive, intimate portrait of the life and death of journalist Lyra McKee

24/06/22

Lyra McKee was a celebrated Belfast investigative journalist. Internationally published, she had a track record of giving communities – who had either been silenced or forgotten – a voice. She shone a light […]

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23
Jun

Meet the UK Global Screen Fund in Belfast on Thursday 30 June

23/06/22

Meet the UK Global Screen Fund in Belfast, Thursday 30 June,  4.30pm Accidental Theatre, 12-13 Shaftesbury Square, Belfast, BT2 7DB Come to this one-hour session to meet representatives from the UK Global Screen […]

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22
Jun

Trainee Grip opportunity

22/06/22

Northern Ireland Screen is running a skills development scheme called Production, Craft and Technical Skills. The scheme will provide training opportunities in varied roles in the film and television industry. We are currently looking […]

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22
Jun

Northern Ireland projects and talent selected for the 2022 Galway Film Fleadh

22/06/22

Featuring a spectacular, packed programme of the very best of Irish and international cinema, Galway Film Fleadh has launched the full line-up for our 34th edition. All roads lead to the West this July 5th-10th as the Fleadh […]

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22
Jun

Call for New Shorts Focus 2022-23 applications

22/06/22

New Shorts Focus is an initiative to find Northern Ireland resident filmmakers exclusively from groups that are underrepresented in the film and television sector. Six projects will be chosen to go through a […]

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21
Jun

New ILBF series taps into the increasing number of people wanting better homes and richer lives by moving to the country

21/06/22

More and more people are swapping hectic city life, traffic jams and lack of space for a quieter and more serene life in rural Ireland. In a new Irish Lanaguage Broadcast Fund series, […]

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20
Jun

Nerve Centre launches Ulster-Scots web resource Making Northern Ireland

20/06/22

An exciting new web resource, Making Northern Ireland, is being launched this week. The project has been produced by the Nerve Centre and funded by Northern Ireland Screen’s Ulster-Scots Broadcast Fund. Making Northern […]

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20
Jun

Teams have been announced for Tranzfuser 2022

20/06/22

This year there was a huge surge in applications to Tranzfuser, with the quality bar yet again raised by innovative and creative graduate teams of developers. The Tranzfuser review panel selected 22 teams, […]

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20
Jun

2022 Puttnam Scholars announced

20/06/22

Following a competitive application process for the third year running, Atticus Education, Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland, Northern Ireland Screen and Future Screens NI are delighted to announce this year’s eight Puttnam Scholars. This cross-border initiative offers […]

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20
Jun

MiniGame @ The Pixel Mill is accepting applications

20/06/22

Northern Ireland Screen is seeking new teams to video game development that are motivated to develop and release their first title to apply for MiniGame. The call is open to video game studios […]

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17
Jun

Afro-Mic Productions nominated for Best Small Indie at Edinburgh TV Awards

17/06/22

Edinburgh TV Festival has announced the nominees for its 2022 TV Awards. Belfast-based production company Afro-Mic Productions has been nominated for Small Indie of the Year. Winners will be announced at the Festival […]

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17
Jun

The Coop Troop takes flight at Annecy 2022

17/06/22

BAFTA-winning and EMMY® nominated children’s television creators and producers Sixteen South Originals unleashed the trailer and first episode for its hilarious new comedy series The Coop Troop (52 x 11’) at the Annecy […]

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16
Jun

Channel 4 and Northern Ireland Screen join forces to boost nation’s broadcast industry

16/06/22

Channel 4 and Northern Ireland Screen have joined forces to help boost the nation’s broadcast sector. An initial two-year partnership will see the organisations working closely together to support and grow the production […]

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15
Jun

Northern Ireland Screen launches call for scripts for its New Writer Focus Scheme

15/06/22

Have you been inspired by Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast and his subsequent Oscar success? Were you blown away by Lisa McGee’s Derry Girls? Have you always thought about writing a film/TV script? Don’t know […]

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14
Jun

Interactive Study Placement opportunities

14/06/22

Northern Ireland Screen is partnering with a range of studios working in Northern Ireland’s interactive sector (video games and immersive) to offer Interactive Study Placements for students currently studying interactive related courses and seeking work […]

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14
Jun

Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive partners with My Improvement Network’s RITA project

14/06/22

My Improvement Network is thrilled to partner with Northern Ireland Screen to enhance the reminiscence content in RITA for its Northern Ireland customers. Archive films relating to Northern Ireland’s history, culture and society were […]

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13
Jun

ILBF musical commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday to air on TG4 on Wednesday

13/06/22

On 30th January 1972, thousands of Derry men and women left their homes and took to the streets of their native city to campaign for their most basic civil rights in a march […]

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10
Jun

Northern Ireland projects and talent win Torc Awards at Celtic Media Festival

10/06/22

Celtic Media Festival, the International Summit of Sound and Screen, has announced the winners of this year’s Torc Awards for Excellence. Northern Ireland Screen-backed projects Sol and Different League: The Derry City Story […]

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09
Jun

Jamie-Lee O’Donnell showcases the ‘real Derry’ in new Channel 4 documentary

09/06/22

Fifty years on from Bloody Sunday this timely documentary follows Jamie-Lee O’Donnell, one of the stars of Channel 4’s award-winning comedy series Derry Girls, as she explores how things have changed since she […]

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09
Jun

Channel 4 Belfast open day – 22nd June

09/06/22

On Wednesday 22 June Channel 4 is working with Northern Ireland Screen to host an Open Day for the creative community in Northern Ireland. This day will be an opportunity for those involved […]

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08
Jun

Canada and Northern Ireland reopen co-development incentive

08/06/22

The Canada Media Fund (CMF) and Northern Ireland Screen announced today the reopening of their funding incentive for the development of screen-based projects between Canadian and Northern Ireland producers. Click HERE to read the guidelines. Now […]

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07
Jun

Channel 4 Production Training Scheme

07/06/22

The Channel 4 Production Training Scheme is for entry level talent who want to break into the media industry and are passionate about making television programmes. Applications for the next round of the […]

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06
Jun

Puttnam Scholars Competition 2022 is now open

06/06/22

Future Screens NI, Northern Ireland Screen, and Screen Ireland have teamed up with Atticus Education to offer four Northern Ireland residents the opportunity to attend 6 two-hour online masterclasses with Lord David Puttnam […]

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06
Jun

ILBF documentary explores Derry City with former pupils of Thornhill College

06/06/22

The success of the hit sitcom Derry Girls has generated international interest in all that is unique about the people of Derry City. In a new Irish Language Broadcast Fund documentary Ceathrar Cailíní […]

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