Higgins, Michael D.

Wednesday, 8 December 1993

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 436 No. 8

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Private Members' Business. - Irish Film Board (Amendment) Bill, 1993: Second Stage.

I move: “That the Bill be now read a Second Time.”More Button

Thank you, Deputy.More Button

It is replacing the British system with an Irish system. If the Deputy reads the script he will see that.More Button

It is in the script. The Deputy need not rely on my assurance.More Button

Ba mhaith liom mo bhuíochas a ghabháil leis na Teachtaí a labhair ar an mBille seo anocht as ucht a ndearcadh cineálta i leith athruithe atá beartaithe i dtionscal scannáin na hÉireann I want to say h...More Button

Of course, it will include many disciplines including film. I am talking to a very small but select and sophisticated audience this evening who will appreciate the value of us showing our new product...More Button

Much as I am impressed by Deputy Nealon, I must ask him not to anticipate the publication of the Estimates, but let me add that he will not be disappointed in terms that my expectations, I hope, will ...More Button

Try to do something, Deputy, for yourself to rise to the occasion. I am seeking funding at the level suggested in the working group.More Button

I have also a commitment in relation to Exchequer funding to draw down funding of that level. In relation to the training fund the Irish Film Board should run dedicated courses and that is their role...More Button

What is envisaged in this station is that it will be modern, exciting and a crucial buncloch or foundation stone of the future of the audio-visual industry.More Button


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