The National Film School Lecture Series: Danny Cohen

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The National Film School Lecture Series in association with Bord Scannán na hÉireann / The Irish Film Board welcome Danny Cohen, Academy Award®-nominated Cinematographer.

Danny Cohen was a photographic technician at Middlesex Polytechnic and then worked as a camera assistant on documentaries and commercials for eight years.  His first job a DoP for the cinema was the horror film, Creep. He has collaborated a number of times with Shane Meadows on Dead Man’s Shoes and This is England, as well as several television spin-offs. Other credits include: The Danish Girl; Les Misérables (ASC nomination); The King’s Speech (Oscar® nomination); and Longford (TV); all directed by Tom Hooper; plus Lenny Abrahamson’s  Room; The Hollow Crown; and The Program.  This event is organised in partnership with the Irish Society of Cinematographers and will be moderated by Tim Fleming ISC.

NFS Studio 1 at 3.30 pm

The talk will be held on the IADT campus, NFS Studio 1 at 3.30 pm on MONDAY 14 MARCH 2016 at Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology | Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin.

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The National Film School Lecture Series: Ed Guiney

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The National Film School Lecture Series in association with Bord Scannán na hÉireann / The Irish Film Board welcome Ed Guiney, Academy Award® nominated Producer of Room.

Ed Guiney is one of Ireland’s best-known and busiest producers for film and television and runs Element Pictures with his business partner, Andrew Lowe. He has been closely involved with Lenny Abrahamson’s work from the short, 3 Joes, twenty-five years ago to the hugely successful Room. Other credits include: The Lobster, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos (BAFTA and European Film Academy nominations); Gerard Barrett’s Grasslands; Red Rock (TV3); Shadowland; The Guard; Lassie; Boy Eats Girl; Omagh (BAFTA TV Award); Disco Pigs, directed by Kirsten Sheridan; Sweety Barrett; Guiltrip, directed by Gerard Stembridge; and Paddy Breathnach’s Ailsa. He has received six IFTA nominations, winning three times.

 

The talk will be held on the IADT campus on TUESDAY 8 MARCH 2016 in Room C026 [TBC] at 6.00 pm at Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology | Kill Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin.

 

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