Best of luck to Film Ireland reviewer, Adelaide Thermes Kane and the wonderful team behind the anfa collective. This new media collective based in Dublin, had their official launch on November 20th. The launch took place in the Museum of Literature in the city centre and was played by indie, surf-rock band Coastline Grass Club. After speeches by anfa creators, Adelaide Thermes Kane and Emma Sweeney, they introduced the newest member of the collective Conor Ryan.
Along with a printed magazine with some of the best of their websites articles, the collective also announced their expansion into both audio and video production as the group grows and expands.
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Gemma Creagh is a writer, filmmaker and journalist. In 2014 she graduated with a First from NUIG’s MA Writing programme. Gemma’s play Spoiling Sunset was staged in Galway as part of the Jerome Hynes One Act Play series in 2014. Gemma was one of eight playwrights selected for AboutFACE’s 2021 Transatlantic Tales and is presently developing a play with the Axis Theatre and with the support of the Arts Council. She has been commissioned to submit a play by Voyeur Theatre to potentially be performed in Summer 2023 as part of the local arts festival. Gemma was the writer and co-producer of the five-part comedy Rental Boys for RTÉ’s Storyland. She has gone on to write, direct and produce shorts which screened at festivals around the world. She was commissioned to direct the short film, After You, by Filmbase and TBCT. Gemma has penned articles for magazines, industry websites and national newspapers, she’s the assistant editor for Film Ireland and she contributes reviews to RTE Radio One’s Arena on occasion.

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