Dublin, May 26 (IDTA): Irish filmmakers will soon be able to film their weddings on location in the country, with the country set to become the first to have the feature in place.
As part of the new Film Ireland programme, filmmakers will be able choose between two options: a 3D printable wedding card and a digital photo-realistic wedding video.
The film industry is looking at the possibility of having a 3d printable card for weddings in the next year or two, according to Ciarán Breen, the countrys director of marketing.
The card, which will cost €25 for the first time, will be used to document and display the ceremony.
A wedding ceremony in Dublin is an event that has long been an important part of Irish culture and history.
In fact, there are currently about 100,000 weddings in Ireland, according the Wedding Celebrations Authority.
But the process of filming weddings on a computer or mobile phone is now being considered as a new way to bring the history of weddings to the screen, said Breen.
Dublin’s newly opened Cinematic Ireland, which opened in September, aims to capture weddings in three dimensions.
“The digital photo format is not yet available in Ireland but will be available in the coming months,” said the director of the film festival, Breen.
“We will also be able access some of the great cinematographers in Ireland and have a number of talented local cinematographer partners, like Michael Kelly, who is working on a number short films and a documentary, on location weddings in Dublin.”
These are just some of those we are working on right now, and there will be other pieces that we are looking at over the coming weeks and months,” he said.”
We will be making some very special weddings, and we want to make sure that people have a great experience.
“Dublin has become a focal point of the Irish film industry in recent years, with a number films and documentaries coming out of the city.
Dublin was also the location for the filming of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Hobbit and The Revenant.
Dublans film industry has been really successful in recent times, but it is a small and very small part of a much bigger picture,” she said. “
Dublin is such a big city and there is a lot of passion in the film industry, which is why it is such an important time for the film and wedding industries,” said Brienne Kavanagh, the founder and president of Film Ireland, a new film production company which is based in Dublin and is backed by the Irish Film Commission.
“Dublans film industry has been really successful in recent times, but it is a small and very small part of a much bigger picture,” she said.
A film festival in Dublin will open in early 2018.