Sunday February 23, 2020

Film Industry: Film school to open new HD television studio

The National Film School at Dun Laoghaire has completed a new phase of building which is scheduled to open in October this year, writes Mary Kate Ó Flanagan.

24th February, 2013
Donald Taylor-Black.

The National Film School at Dun Laoghaire has completed a new phase of building which is scheduled to open in October this year. It will house a high-definition television studio, only the second in Ireland.

Students will have first call on it, but it will also be available to industry during summer breaks.

Keeping abreast of, or ahead of, technology is crucial in the audio-visual sector, but Donald Taylor-Black, creative director of the National Film...

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