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Hard graft in the tough film world

The film and television sector is not without its challenges, but there are tempting opportunities, writes Gareth Naughton.

7th September, 2013
Andrew Lowe, founder of Element Pictures and chairman of the Audiovisual Federation. Photo: Tony O'Shea

There are few career paths offering more in the way of apparent glamour than film and television. Who wouldn't relish the chance to work on big-budget productions starring high-profile actors that will be seen by millions?

Glamorous though it may seem, however, working in film and television in Ireland is a tough business that is not for the faint of heart, but which offers decent rewards to those willing to tough it out.

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