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BAFTA Crew presents a craft masterclass with multiple BAFTA-winning make up artist Morag Ross whose designs can be found in Derek Jarman’s Caravaggio, Sally Potter’s Orlando (for which she won her first BAFTA) and Neil Jordan’s The Crying Game.
As Ireland enhances their tax incentive (Section 481) for Film and TV Drama next month; offering up to 32% tax credit programme for film and television productions made in Ireland, we look at the co-production landscape and the opportunities this may provide for UK production companies.