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ROE BUILDS GREAT WALL IN THAILAND Roe Visual has teamed up with Supreme Studio to build Thailand’s largest XR LED wall. The main vertical wall measures

supervisor Brynley Cadman said: “The LED products provided by Roe Visual were impressive by every means. We look forward to the excellent footage and unique projects created by this amazing XR LED wall. Hopefully, we can create magic for our customers through the combination of creativity and advanced video production technology.”

37x4m and is made up of Diamond DM2.6 panels; a 6x3m ceiling comprises Carbon CB3 tiles. Both are optimised for film and commercial shoots. Commenting on the installation, Supreme Studio virtual production

Tambora batten passed to Limelite Limelite Lighting has become one of the first in the UK to stock Clay Paky’s new Tambora batten. “As a dry hire and production supplier, we needed a product that was adaptable for a range of applications and offered creative possibilities,” said Matthew Mountier, director at Limelite Lighting, explaining why its dynamic pixel mapping and motorised movement appealed. “Having extensively researched batten products by comparing specs, costs and availability, the Clay Paky Tambora was the most attractive option. So far, we’re delighted with our decision, and receiving positive feedback from designers and technicians.”

The power of Greystones – Irish creative industry gets €300m boost

portfolio, joining Ardmore and Troy Studios, which it acquired in August 2021, and other studio facilities across the globe. The partnership’s affiliate, The MBS Group, will assist in the purpose-built studio design, oversee operations, and provide production services and equipment rentals when the new facility opens. Once complete, Greystones will be Ireland’s largest studio complex, with more than 670,000 sq ft of studio space on 44 acres with sea views, including 14 state-of-the-art sound stages. The first seven of those – and associated office, workshop and backlot spaces – will be delivered in mid-2024. Ireland’s finance minister, Paschal Donohoe, said: “The AV sector is worth over €1b to the Irish economy, with approximately 12,000 people employed in film, TV and animation production. The new development in Greystones will be a major boost for the creative economic sector, and contribute to 1500 new jobs once operational (and 450 during the construction phase), along with other direct and indirect benefits to the economy.”

joint venture between the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) and Capwell – a Sisk family investment vehicle – with financing estimated at nearly €300m. Greystones Film and Television Studios will be the latest addition to the Hackman Capital/Square Mile Capital

Ireland’s high-end film and television stage capacity is set to double, following the selection of Hackman Capital Partners and Square Mile Capital Management to develop and operate the new Greystones Media Campus in Killincarrig, County Wicklow. The two-phase development is a


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