Sunday July 12, 2020

Helping the audiovisual sector continue to thrive

The Irish film industry in particular is benefiting hugely from the many government initiatives and structures promoting Irish talent and attracting inward investment

28th July, 2019
Jordanne Jones in Metal Heart produced by Treasure Entertainment, one of a recent crop of successful Irish-made films

Ireland and creativity have long been synonymous, so it’s no surprise that the audiovisual sector has enjoyed many successes in recent years and its progress shows no sign of abating.

According to the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (DCHG), Irish screen industries are experiencing a period of sustained growth and critical acclaim both at home and around the world following years of investment and support for creative film-making talent.

In 2019,...

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