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Ireland is struggling to retain its attraction as a location for film producers, thanks to increasing labour and service costs, growing competition from cheaper foreign locations, and now, a new government arts department that seems oddly unenthusiastic about film.
Ireland's Forum on Broadcasting, established on 22 March this year by Sile de Valera, Minister for Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands, is about to close submissions tomorrow, 16 May, and has recently launched a website to track and communicate the forum process and outcomes.
At a reception in the Arts Council of Ireland's premises last week Sile de Valera TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage, Gaeltacht and the Islands, launched the publication of the 'Arts Plan 2002-2006', and announced that on her recommendation it had been endorsed by the Irish Government.