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  1. 22 apr 2009 · Quote Tweet. Irish Film Institute. @IFI_Dub. ·. Sep 22. Today, the recently established Cultural Cinema Partnership called for an urgent need for the Arts Council’s film budget to be increased for strategically funded organisations be increased from €1.65m in 2022 to €2.72m in 2023. 21. Neasa Hardiman. @NeasaHardiman.

  2. a list of 26 people created 9 months ago. ~ WOMEN: DIRECTORS, WRITERS ~. a list of 210 people created 06 Aug 2020. people. a list of 16 people created 12 Oct 2017. Women Film Directors: Active in past decade+. a list of 6625 people created 05 May 2013. Female Horror Filmmakers. a list of 691 people created 25 Jul 2019.

  3. Based on the novels by Jacqueline Wilson, the series focuses on older Tracy Beaker, who returns to the Dumping Ground as a care worker. The first series premiered on 8 January 2010 and ended on 26 March 2010, consisting of 13 episodes. Series two premiered on 7 January 2011 and ended on 25 March 2011, also consisting of 13 episodes.

  4. Neasa Hourigan. Neasa Hourigan (born October 1980) is an Irish Green Party politician who has been a Teachta Dála (TD) for the Dublin Central constituency since the 2020 general election. She was Chair of the Committee on Budgetary Oversight from September 2020 until being suspended from the parliamentary party in March 2023.

  5. An Gaeilgeoir Nocht, regia di Neasa Hardiman (2006) The Ottoman Empire, regia di James Phelan (2010) - cortometraggio; Earthbound, regia di Alan Brennan (2012) How to Be Happy, regia di Michael Rob Costine, Mark Gaster e Brian O'Neill (2013) Stay, regia di Wiebke von Carolsfed (2013)

  6. Episodi di Ragazze elettriche. Voce principale: Ragazze elettriche (serie televisiva). La prima stagione della serie televisiva Ragazze elettriche ( The Power ), composta da nove episodi, è stata pubblicata sulla piattaforma streaming on demand Prime Video dal 31 marzo al 12 maggio 2023, in tutti i Paesi in cui è disponibile. [1]

  7. After attending NCAD, she had won a scholarship to the Universität der Künste to study under the sculptor Rebecca Horn, whose body extension pieces are considered fundamental to the feminist art movement. Hardiman grew up in Dublin. At the age of seven she read Ulysses – “probably because I was the youngest of five children”.