Shrooms, backed by the Northern Ireland Film Commission and Irish Film Board, was filmed mainly in the Monaghan and Gosford Forests, Co Armagh.
What does NIFC stand for?
NIFC stands for Northern Ireland Film Commission (UK)
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We have 21 other meanings of NIFC in our Acronym Attic
- Netherlands Industrial Fighter Aircraft Replacement Platform
- New Independent Fundamental Baptist
- Northern Illinois Food Bank (est. 1983)
- Northern Ireland Fire Brigade
- Narodowy Instytut Fryderyka Chopina (Polish: National Frederic Chopin Institute)
- National Initiative for Children (Poland)
- National Interagency Fire Center
- National Intercollegiate Flying Club
- National Inventor Fraud Center
- Northern Iceland Finance Corporation
- Naval Integrated Fire Control - Counter Air
- National Independence Festival of Creative Arts (Bridgetown, Barbados)
- Network of International Farm Communities for Autism
- Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art
- North Idaho Fire Chiefs Association
- Northern Ireland Foster Care Association (UK)
- Northern Ireland Food Chain Certification
- National Institute for Consumer Education (Ypsilanti, MI)
- National Interagency Fuels Coordination Group
- Newfoundland Independent Filmmakers Co-Operative (St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Northern Ireland Film Commission and the Irish Film Board have approved the Reid project.
The Northern Ireland Film Commission said tourism would win if Bollywood was wooed.
The Northern Ireland Film Commission gave us a grant to go on a special course in Spain.
The film has been produced by Dublin-based Metropolitan Films with the backing of the Northern Ireland Film Commission.
We never used to get films like this being made here," said a spokeswoman for the Northern Ireland Film Commission.
Makers Samson Films had funding from the Irish Film Board and the Northern Ireland Film Commission for the film, which is directed by Dudi Appleton and written by Jim Keeble.
Northern Ireland Film Commission spokeswoman Julia Carson said the big screen upturn was set to continue with the opening of a top rank film studio in Belfast's docklands.