Netflix series Valhalla, which counts Irish company Metropolitan Films among its producers, is a spin-off from Vikings, above.

The Netflix production of Valhalla was last year one of the big winners in securing Section 481 film and television tax relief from the Revenue Commis(...)

Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Danny Sapani, Harry Treadaway  and Timothy Dalton in Penny Dreadful, which was shot in Wicklow.

Wicklow County Council has granted a 10-year planning permission for a €150 million film studio and media campus in Greystones backed by the Ireland S(...)

Following on from the smash-hit Vikings (above), Valhalla is set 100 years later towards the end of the era and will dramatise the lives of historical characters such as Norse explorer, Leif Eriksson, and William the Conqueror.

Filming of the new Vikings spin-off drama series for Netflix, Vikings: Valhalla, was temporarily suspended this week in Co Wicklow after close to a do(...)

Désirée Finnegan, Screen Ireland chief executive: “When the pandemic hit, we had to stop and reconfigure everything that we were doing.”

Désirée Finnegan was seven months into her role as chief executive of Screen Ireland when every Irish cinema shut down and every mid-shoot film and te(...)

Fair City filming before Covid-19 lockdown: Shooting a scene in the fictional Carrigstown - on the RTÉ campus. Photograph: Eric Luke

Before coronavirus intervened, the next scenes the makers of Fair City were about to film involved 12 characters at a christening. “I don’t think we a(...)

A farewell scene from The Good Wife  is being jokily recalled because of the inadvertent template it lends to the new game of filming drama under social distancing guidelines. Photograph: Justin Stephens/CBS Broadcasting Inc

Two women sit at a bar (remember bars?) and exchange short, rueful sentences without eye contact. They have history. As the scene unfolds, the blurry (...)

Lagertha (Katheryn Winnick) in Vikings. A spin-off for Netflix called Vikings: Valhalla was about to start production in Ashford Studios before Covid-19 restrictions were introduced.

The Irish screen industry is facing into a deeply uncertain future after at least 24 productions were stood down in response to Covid-19, with 59 comp(...)

The cast of Neighbours pictured before the Covid-19 crisis. The Australian soap is to resume production, but most dramas remain on hiatus.

Netflix didn’t shy away from the weirdness of the television and film industry’s predicament in its latest letter to shareholders. “In our 20-plus y(...)

A House of Commons Brexit debate, but with skeletons, set to go on parade in Cologne, Germany. Photograph: Martin Meissner/AP

Image of the week: No bones What more does the (ongoing) Brexit saga need than a German satirical carnival float depicting British MPs as skeletons? (...)

Irish film Herself, developed from an idea by its lead actor and co-writer Clare Dunne and supported by Screen Ireland.

The Irish housing crisis film that won a standing ovation at Sundance, the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney novel Normal People and the 17th century Kilk(...)

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