Masterclass with French Director Emmanuel Hamon & Screenwriter Thomas Cheysson

Masterclass for Film Students with French film director Emmanuel Hamon and screenwriter Thomas Cheysson, presented by the French Embassy in association with DIT School of Media.

The Irish premiere screening of their documentary The Russian Revolution Through its Films (L’utopie des images de la Révolution russe) selected at the 2017 Mostra del Cinema di Venezia will take place on Thursday 25th January at 8.20 at the Irish Film Institute (IFI). For info & tickets go to :https://www.facebook.com/events/2004020416534144/

The master class will be in English and it is Free to attend, please just register by email to e.sabbatini@ambafrance-ie.org

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Directors Masterclass with Amir Bar-Lev @ 29th Galway Film Fleadh

The 29th Galway Film Fleadh, in association with Screen Training Ireland, have announced that Amir Bar-Lev will be the subject of this year’s Directors Masterclass.

Amir Bar-Lev is a New York based film director and Galway Film Fleadh veteran. His directorial debut, Fighter, was released theatrically in 2001 and won six international awards, including Galway FF’s Best Documentary.

The masterclass will be moderated by Irish director and producer Brendan J. Byrne – Brendan is an experienced filmmaker, specialising in documentary and feature films. Best known for his film ‘Bobby Sands: 66 Days’, which had it’s Irish premiere at the Galway Film Fleadh in 2016, Brendan has been making high-end documentaries for UK and Irish broadcasters for over 20 years, including his Royal Television Society winning documentary ‘Breaking The Silence’ about families coping in the aftermath of suicide.

The masterclass costs €25 and will take place on Friday the 14th of July from 10am – 1pm in the Radisson Hotel, Galway. Some scenes may be inappropriate for a young audience – viewer discretion advised.

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Screenwriters Masterclass with Richard Kelly @ 29th Galway Film Fleadh

The 29th Galway Film Fleadh has announced that Richard Kelly will be the subject of this year’s Screenwriters Masterclass.

 

With his visually arresting, tonally eclectic and intellectually engaging films, writer-director Richard Kelly has created one of the most rewarding bodies of work in the industry. He has also consistently been ahead of his time. Kelly’s first feature Donnie Darko is now one of the most beloved cult hits of the 21st century.

The masterclass will be moderated by Mary Kate O Flanagan, who is an award-winning screenwriter and story consultant in the European film and television industry. She teaches story in The UK and The US, across Europe as well as in Ireland.

 The masterclass costs €50 and will take place on Thursday the 13th of July from 10am – 1pm in the Radisson Hotel, Galway. For further information or to apply for a place, contact Brónagh Keys by email at:

masterclasses@filmfleadh.ie

Some scenes may be inappropriate for a young audience – viewer discretion advised.

The closing date for applications is: 1pm Friday – the 7th of July 2017.

 

 

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Actors Masterclass with Michael Smiley @ 29th Galway Film Fleadh

The 29th Galway Film Fleadh, in association with Screen Training Ireland, have announced that Michael Smiley will be the subject of this year’s Actors Masterclass.

The masterclass will be facilitated by Maureen Hughes of Bow Street.

The masterclass costs €25 and will take place on Saturday the 15th of July from 10am – 1pm in the Radisson Hotel, Galway. For further information or to apply for a place, contact Brónagh Keys by email at:

masterclasses@filmfleadh.ie

Some scenes may be inappropriate for a young audience – viewer discretion advised.

The closing date for applications is: 1pm Friday – the 7th of July 2017.

 

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Cinemagic Festival 2009

The Cinemagic Film and Television Festival for Young People is coming back to Dublin. From 6–13 May young film and TV enthusiasts will have a wealth of screenings, masterclasses with film and television industry guests, workshops for schools, a cross border jury panel and Q&A’s to chose from. All of these aim to entertain, motivate and create opportunities for young people aged 4–25.

To view the festival programme online please visit www.cinemagic.ie

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