Delivering his budget speech today, U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced that his government aims to expand tax credits to cover video games, animation and high-end TV program production. This move that will allow the U.K. to compete… Read More ›
Although it is going to send a shockwave across the film industry it will not come as a surprise to most people involved in film. Ardmore is not stranger to closures and uncertainty it has gone through a succession of… Read More ›
Recently an article was published in the Sunday Business Post on improving industrial relations in film. Given the title of the article it clearly indicates that there have been issues and that is highlighted later in the article that Ireland’s… Read More ›
An interesting view behind the scenes of the production design from the Season 1 box set of the Showtime original series The Tudors. Comments from Morgan O’Sullivan – Exc Producer, Tom Conroy – Production Designer, and Michael Hirst – screenwriter…. Read More ›
Morgan O’Sullivan, A great ambassador for Ireland and worthy recipient of IFTA’s Outstanding Contribution to Industry Award.
At this year’s 8th Irish Film & Television Academy awards (IFTA) Morgan O’Sullivan will receive the Outstanding Contribution to Industry Award. The awards ceremony will take place at Dublin’s Convention Centre on 12 February. Most would agree that Morgan O’Sullivan… Read More ›
Spendalot – Ireland’s generous tax breaks for film investment have failed to deliver the holy grail of a sustainable indigenous movie industry.
The following article appeared in The Sunday Times on June 20th 2010 written by Brian Carey. I was one of those who contributed to this article. For a very long time most within the industry have refused to acknowledge that… Read More ›
The Sunday Business Post ‘The Business Interview’ recently featured Irish film producer,Morgan O’Sullivan. I have the highest respect for Morgan O’Sullivan; he is by far the most influential producer we have in bringing major Hollywood productions to Ireland. Through out… Read More ›