Film In Wexford

How Screen Wexford Can Help Your Production

A Comprehensive Support Service

Screen Wexford is here to offer support for your production with expertise and local knowledge. If you have any queries about shooting in County Wexford, contact us to find out more.
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Permits are required to shoot on land owned by the County Council. The application process is very straight forward. For public land not managed by the County Council, we can give you information on who to contact for permissions.
Find the permit application form and other contact information here.
Permit Application Form
Screen Wexford maintains a large database of potential filming locations in the county.
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Screen Wexford promotes training for cast and crew in the county. Our aim is to develop some of the best trained and capable crew in Ireland. We maintain a crew database, for potential productions to utilize. We hold frequent networking events for local cast and crew, as well operating a social media group to help advertise opportunities to crew.
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Screen Wexford supports local short film making talent through its annual New Voices Award. See our news page or follow us on social media to keep up with the latest updates about the scheme.
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Shooting in Wexford

The Advantages

Wexford Locations Map
Wexford is ideally accessible. The county is approximately 90 minutes drive from Dublin airport and is connected by motorway and rail links to Dublin city itself. There are four railway stations – Gorey, Enniscorthy, Wexford Town, and Rosslare.
The county has a large port, Rosslare Europort. The port is ideally positioned for the shortest Irish routes to the UK and mainland Europe. It handles roll-on roll-off freight, passengers, and HGVs. The port is served by routes to Pembroke and Fishguard (UK), Cherbourg and Roscoff (France), and Bilbao (Spain).
Wexford is one of the driest counties in Ireland and has a relatively mild climate year round. The region enjoys more hours of sunshine than any other part of the country.
Projects substantially produced in Wexford benefit from a financial contribution of up to 37% of qualifying budget spend through Ireland’s Section 481 tax credit. This tax credit is designed to incentivise film, television, animation, and creative documentary production through Ireland’s Department of Culture and the Revenue Commissioners.
The Section 481 financial incentives are subject to specific training related requirements on which Screen Wexford can provide advice and assistance.
Wexford has a range of beautiful locations in a small geographic area. The region has a wonderful mix of ancient and modern buildings, built up areas and rural farmland. You should be able to find a range of locations for your shoot. And the best part is that the county is small enough that driving from top to bottom takes only around 60 minutes and from east to west, takes only around 30 minutes.

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