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Irish film industry saw record foreign investment in 2012

UPDATE: The Irish Film Board’s €10.5 million investment into film, television and animation in 2012 resulted in record levels of foreign direct investment.

20th December, 2012
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Neil Jordan's Byzantium was one of the projects funded this year.

(corrects name of Calvary director)

The Irish Film Board’s (IFB) €10.5 million investment into film, television and animation projects in 2012 resulted in record levels of foreign direct investment, it said.

Over the course of 2012, the agency invested in 30 film and television projects which led to €118m being raised in foreign direct investment by Irish producers on IFB funded projects. €80m of this was invested directly into the Irish economy through the...

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