John Ford Ireland Film Symposium is offering film students, film graduates, academics, lecturers, and young filmmakers the opportunity to attend the Ford Film School for free this June.
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34-year-old Cork city filmmaker Dan O’Connell has won the first prize in the inaugural Ford Short Film Competition ‘8 Minutes’ with his film A Selfless Act which he directed and co-wrote with Frank Hurley (52, from Mogeely, Co. Cork). The winning film was announced at a gala screening at Fota House, Co. Cork and Mr. [...]
Thanks to the wonderful people at IFTA, we have a Season Pass to the John Ford Ireland Film Symposium, which runs from the 7th to the 10th June in Dublin.
Editing Masterclass with Oscar®-winning Editor Joel Cox with special focus on the Director/Editor collaborative process.
The IFI and IFTA are presenting a special 60th anniversary screening of John Ford’s The Quiet Man at the IFI at 18.45 on 10th June as a highlight of the IFI’s John Ford’s Irish Films Season and John Ford Ireland: Film Symposium. The screening will be attended by special guests including the Dan Ford (grandson [...]
Peter Bogdanovich, Stephen Frears, Jim Sheridan & John Boorman salute movie legend at John Ford Ireland Film Symposium
Leading international filmmakers and film experts will gather in Dublin, Ireland from 7th – 10th June to participate in the Inaugural JOHN FORD IRELAND FILM SYMPOSIUM & FESTIVAL – the first event of its kind in the world, a gathering to honour and learn from one of the world’s greatest filmmakers, John Ford, who is [...]