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New Wexford Film Locations Website


Wexford County Council in partnership with Creative Ireland

Wexford County Council in partnership with Creative Ireland went live with a new Wexford Films Locations website on Saturday 4th November, 2017.

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*EXTRAS NEEDED* Shooting tomorrow 2nd Of November 2017

Short film Shooting tomorrow afternoon Thursday 2nd of November comedy club scene (details below).

‘The Flight to Memmingen’

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RTÉ Announces New RTÉ Six One News Presenters – Keelin Shanley and Caitriona Perry

RTÉ News today announced that Keelin Shanley and Caitriona Perry will be the new presenters of the RTÉ Six One News from January 2018.

Broadcaster Keelin Shanley who currently presents News at One on RTÉ Radio 1 and Crimecall on RTÉ One, will be joined by RTÉ’s current Washington Correspondent Caitriona Perry, as co-presenters on the flagship programme.

The current presentation team of Bryan Dobson and Sharon Ní Bheolain are moving to new presenting roles within the RTÉ newsroom. Sharon Ní Bheolain will present the Nine O’Clock News on rotation with Eileen Dunne, and remain as a presenter of Leaders Questions. She will also be the new presenter of Crimecall on RTÉ One. Bryan Dobson joins the Morning Ireland team on-air from 1 November.

Announcing the new appointments, Director of RTÉ News & Current Affairs Jon Williams said:

For over a decade, Bryan and Sharon have set the standard for TV News in Ireland and I couldn’t be more grateful and more excited as each embarks on new challenges for RTÉ News.

I’m thrilled that Keelin and Caitriona will bring their intellect, competitive drive, and focus on storytelling to RTÉ’s Six One News. In a news environment where we are bombarded by opinions and half-truths all day long, there’s no bigger challenge than to make sense of it all on Six One – and no better new presenting team to do so.”

Broadcaster and journalist Keelin Shanley originally studied biochemistry in Trinity College. before switching to journalism and presenting a number of science and technology TV and Radio shows. Working as a reporter and presenter with RTÉ’s flagship current affairs television programme, Prime Time over 10 years, she made a number of award wining documentaries. Keelin has previously presented special budget and election coverage, Morning EditionThe Consumer Show and documentary Hacked on RTÉ One, as well as Morning Ireland, Today with Sean O’Rourke and The Late Debate on RTÉ Radio 1. She has also worked as a news reporter for Radio France International and for CNN World Report.

Multi-award-winning journalist Caitríona Perry joined RTÉ in 2007 and was appointed Washington Correspondent in late 2013. During her current tenure as Washington Correspondent she has reported on major stories such as the Berkeley tragedy and the US Presidential election and Inauguration, and co-presented special RTE news US Election coverage from Washington DC. She has also presented and produced several special Nationwide programmes including three from the US – on the Special Olympics World Games, the Irish in Canada and and the Irish in the White House. Caitríona has also previously spent time as an editor and reporter on the RTÉ News at One radio programme and as a newscaster for RTÉ Radio 1, RTÉ 2FM and RTÉ lyric fm, and occasional presenter of the RTÉ Business News on Morning Ireland.

Prior to joining RTÉ, Caitríona worked for Today FM and Newstalk. She also holds a degree in journalism and  a masters degree in International Relations from DCU and has written a book on the rise of President Donald Trump.

*** Interview Opportunity TODAY ***
Keelin Shanley and Caitriona Perry will be available for a group media interview in the RTE News TV Studio at 4.30pm today in RTÉ for a 15 minute period. 
Please RSVP if you wish to attend due to limited space restrictions to
Unfortunately no filming or photography can be facilitated on this occasion.  
Keelin Shanley, Caitriona Perry and Sharon Ni Bheolain will continue in their current roles until December 2017.
IMAGES: Please find attached brand new photos of Keelin and Caitriona which are also available on request.  
Contact: Laura Fitzgerald, Communications Manager, RTÉ News & Current Affairs, Ph: 01-2083996, 087 2923931,
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Casting Call for a Comedic Short that shoots in March 2018

‘First Disco’ It’s 1983 and thirteen year old Kelly Harrison is not only experiencing her first crush, she’s going to her first disco. However, there’s one big problem – she’s getting train tracks and she’s not sure she’ll survive. !

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Industry sessions including panel discussions, in conversation and Q& A sessions.

Killarney Plaza Hotel Sat 21st Oct – 2 – 4pm

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The Richard Harris International Film Festival

The Richard Harris International Film Festival

When: Thursday 26th October – Monday 30th October
Where: Limerick City, Ireland. Various Locations
Poster with Features
The 5th Annual Richard Harris International Film Festival takes place in Limerick this October Bank Holiday Weekend.

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