Bray Institute of Further Education present their TV and Film Production seminar as part of the inaugural BIFE Arts Festival. The seminar will take place in Bray Institute of Further Education, This Saturday 8 March 2014 from 10am until 3pm.


The seminar is free of charge and all are welcome. Tickets can be booked here


Leading industry professionals in their field come and speak about employment and education opportunities in the area of TV and Film Production in Ireland. There will also be a number of demonstrations and workshops taking place on the day.


10.00 – 10.15am                                      Introduction

10.20 – 11.00am                                      Workshop/Demonstration (Video Editing & Special Effects)

11.15 – 12.00pm                                      Michael McCudden (Director/Editor)

12.00 – 12.25pm                                     Tea Break

12.30 – 12.45pm                                      Robert Keane (Editor)

12.45 – 13.30pm                                      Richard Waters & Alison Scarff (Producers)

13.45 – 14.30pm                                     Tony Kearns Keynote Speaker (Editor)


A Note on the speakers


Tony Kearns: Is an editor who has edited films, commercials and music videos. He is best know for his work in music videos, having edited videos for Radiohead, Pulp, Blur, The Prodigy and more

Michael McCdudden: Is a director, writer and editor. Michael’s debut feature film Sodium Party at last year’s Indie Cork festival and has been well received by both critics and audiences.

Robert Keane: Studied TV and Film with BIFE before moving on to Swansea University to complete his B.A. (hons) degree. Robert is now an editor and producer with TV3 Ireland

Richard Waters & Alison Scarff: Are producers who, having previously studied at BIFE have gone on to produce films such as The O’Briens and Sodium Party.