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Updated March 2020
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A special preview screening of new drama Ordinary Love at the IFI was followed by a Q&A with producer Brian J. Falconer, and directors Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn, hosted by Tara Brady of the Irish Times. Recorded at the Irish Film Institute on the 3rd of December 2019. Ordinary Love screens from Friday December 6th 2019 https://ifi.ie/ordin…
 
All of our Q&As and panel discussions from IFI Documentary Festival 2019. A Dog Called Money With director Seamus Murphy, hosted by Simon O’Connor. Push Emmett Scanlon, architect Dominic Stevens, Michelle Norris of UCD and board member of the Land Development Agency and Eoin Ó Broin. Heyday – The Mic Christopher Story Director Alan Leonard, Maureen…
 
A screening of For Sama on Saturday September 14th was followed by a panel discussion in association with the Irish Syria Solidarity Movement. Panelists will include Dr Mustafa Alachkar; Mohammad Debhishma; Leonie O’Dowd from the Irish Syria Solidarity Movement; and Ronan Tynan, director of Syria: The Impossible Revolution. For Sama is out now http…
 
James Hickey will soon step down from his eight-year stewardship of Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland. In conversation with Hugh Linehan, Arts and Culture Editor of The Irish Times, he will reflect on his tenure – on Screen Ireland’s contribution to the growth of the Irish film industry over the past ten years; the ongoing battle for retention of industry…
 
A timely investigation of Irish co-production practice providing an overview of international co-production opportunities for Irish producers; inward production of major TV dramas; extension of Section 481; cultural viability of international co-productions. A range of panellists representing sectoral interest will include Siún Ni Raghallaigh, CEO …
 
Annie Doona, Chair of Fís Éireann/Screen Ireland, will provide an update on the success of recent funding strands introduced to achieve gender equity across film development and production. Fionnuala Murphy, BAI, will update on BAI strategies towards improved representation by women across BAI-funded strands. Sunniva O’Flynn of the IFI, will report…
 
A panel discussion after a special screening of The Last September about the use of the Irish big house in cinema. With James Fennell (Burtown House), Fionnuala Ardee (Killruddery House) and location manager Colm Nolan (Love and Friendship, Penny Dreadful) hosted by Zoe Coleman from the Irish Georgian Society. Recorded at the Irish Film Institute o…
 
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