Filmbase is a not-for-profit resource organisation for new and emerging filmmakers in Ireland. Based in the landmark Curved Street building in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar, Filmbase has been supporting Irish filmmakers since 1986.
Filmbase provides funding for short film and documentary production, production and post production equipment and facilities, training courses, casting and rehearsal spaces, networking events, masterclasses along with general support and advice.
Filmmakers who received early career support from Filmbase include John Moore (Flight of the Phoenix, Max Payne, Omen 666), Kirsten Sheridan (Disco Pigs, In America, August Rush), Martina Niland (Once,Pavee Lackeen, The Honeymooners), Daniel O’Hara (George Gently, Skins), Ian Power (The Runway), Shimmy Marcus (Headrush, Soul Boy) and many many others.
Filmbase also publishes Film Ireland magazine, Ireland’s only dedicated film magazine.
Filmbase occupies the landmark Curved Street building in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar. Other occupants of the building include the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland and the Writers Guild of Ireland. The building is adjacent to the Irish Film Institute, Creative Europe Ireland Desk , accessCinemas, and close to the Dublin headquarters of the Irish Film Board, placing Filmbase in the centre of a network of national film institutions.
Filmbase is a founding partner of the Screen Talent Europe network for film resource centres and workshops across Europe.
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|Filmbase acknowledges the funding support of RTE and TG4 for short film productions|
|Filmbase is an Apple and Adobe Authorised Training Centre|