Want to Work Abroad? Panel Discussion for Filmmakers

| November 30, 2017 | Comments (0)

 

Join Film Ireland & InConversation for a live podcast recording at Filmbase at 2pm on Thursday, 7th December. All welcome. Free admission.

Ever thought about working abroad? Whether that’s the UK, the USA or anywhere else, this will be a practical and detailed discussion about the legalities and logistics involved in moving to another country for the purposes of your career.

Sam Lucas Smith will be joined by Birch Hamilton, executive director the Screen Director’s Guild of Ireland, and Rachel Rath, founder of the Artist Green Card Guide to answer your questions and address various visa issues and options for filmmakers and actors who wish to work in the United States. Though US immigration will be a key aspect, we will also discuss opportunities for entertainment professionals in other countries as well as important points relating to the Irish industry.

Rachel Rath is a US-based Irish actress and the founder of the Artist’s Green Card Guide, which offers information and guidance for actors and filmmakers looking to apply for an O-1 visa or EB-1 category Green Card.

Birch Hamilton is the executive director of the Screen Director’s Guild of Ireland, which represents Irish Screen Directors and serves to promote their work on a national and international scale.

Sam Lucas Smith brings his experience as an Irish actor who has worked between the UK, Ireland and the United States. Sam is currently petitioning for a green card as an “artist of extraordinary ability” and he will be sharing what he has learned throughout the process.

The podcast will be recorded in front of a live audience on the 7th of Dec at Filmbase, Temple Bar.

If you would like to submit a question email sam@actorstuff.com

InConversation is a series of personal interviews with people working across the many aspects of the Irish filmmaking industry

 

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