The National Talent Academy for Film & Television is launching three new opportunities for creative talent who want to develop a career in television or feature films.
The focus on regional creative talent for these opportunities means the Academy is making individual calls to creatives in counties across the country, including Louth.
All three initiatives are free and aimed at those new to the sector as well as those with emerging and established careers in the industry.
They will be hands-on, immersive and highly interactive and are focused on screenwriting, directing and producing.
The Academy, which was established earlier this year, aims to roll out a suite of experiential and exciting programmes and opportunities with a focus on diverse and regional creative talent across 2022.
Today, it is launching its new website www.nationaltalentacademies.ie which provides a range of information and skills development as well as launching its first three programmes.
Announcing the initiative, National Talent Academy for Film & Television, Galway Film Centre Talent Executive, Jade Murphy said:
“We are delighted to partner with Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland and the many stakeholders in the sector to bring the ambitions of the National Talent Academy for Film & Television to life.”
“Our aim is to support talent in building sustainable careers in the sector by removing barriers to entry and providing tangible opportunities for people to upskill and develop. We encourage anyone interested to get in touch and start a conversation today.”
Gareth Lee, Skills Development Manager for Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland added:
“We’re delighted to see the National Talent Academy for Film & Television Drama announce its first batch of activities for the sector.”
“With the other Talent Academies and Crew Hubs coming on stream in 2022, it truly is an exciting time for skills development within the sector, with lots of opportunities on the horizon for new, emerging and established talent.”
“We’re looking forward to working collaboratively with stakeholders through the National Talent Academies network to grow the skills base and support further growth within the sector.”
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