Film Mayo Tyrone Guthrie Bursary Announced
Film Mayo promotes filmmaking in the county, helping professionals to plan shoots to providing information on funding, publicity and local resources.
The bursary award will enable filmmakers born or living in Mayo to spend two weeks at The Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig, County Monaghan.
Applications are now open for the Film Mayo Tyrone Guthrie ResidencyRead more »
Mayo native Mike Heneghan, has been been nominated in the "Best Writer for an Animated Series" category in the third Irish Animation Awards which will take place on March 23rd as part of the Dingle Film Festival. The nomination is for his work on Space Chickens in Space, which is a Disney/Gingerbread's sci-fi/comedy series broadcasting on Disney channels worldwide.
The awards are sponsored by RTÉ, Screen Ireland, Animation Skillnet, Philip Lee, Celaction, Screen Skills Ireland, Brophy Gillespie and Gorilla Post.Read more »
Mayo filmmaker, Fergus Sweeney, was the successful recipient of the Film Mayo Creative Ireland Residency Award in partnership with Ballina Arts Centre. Film Mayo is a Mayo Arts Service, Mayo County Council initiative.Read more »
INVITATION.Read more »
Open Masterclasses for Irish talent on Television Serial Drama Development as part of the Torino SeriesLab in Castlebar December 14th.
Fís Eireann/Screen Ireland, Screen Skills Ireland and the Western Region Audiovisual Producers Fund (WRAP Fund) are delighted to announce open masterclasses for Irish professionals as part of the TorinoFilmLab’s Irish workshopping weekend for the third edition of SeriesLab.Read more »
Now going in to the 7th year of success the Irish Adventure Film Festival will take place in Mayo in March 2019. Attracting over 150 films from 34 countries, crammed in to two days of viewing pleasure. The festival plays host and homage to the ‘Best of the Best’ when it comes to adventure films, stories and adventurers.Read more »
Mayo features heavily in brand-new RTEjr television series "Wild Kids" which follows passionate wildlife warriors –Kealan Doyle, Ciara Dolan, Sarah Sarsfield and John Lusby as they travel the length and breadth of the country showing us the nature that is right under our nose – we just need to know where to look for it!