Welcome to Film & Screen Media
Film and Screen Media at University College Cork is a vibrant community of lecturers, researchers and graduate students. Led by internationally recognised experts, and with a thriving visiting speakers and guest practitioners component, our undergraduate and postgraduate degrees explore the history of filmmaking through the study of films from around the world, from the birth of cinema to the age of the Internet.
"Movie Memories" Cinema-going memories of those living in small towns, villages and rural areas of Cork County.
A documentary film funded by Creative Ireland/Cork County Council and University College Cork.
Produced and directed by Dr Gwenda Young and Mr Dan O'Connell, Film and Screen Media, UCC.
Watch our interview with Arts Council/UCC Film Artist in Residence Mark O'Halloran.
Mark O'Halloran is an award winning writer and actor. His screenwriting credits include the films Garage, Adam & Paul and Viva, all of which have been recognised internationally. He also had roles in The Guard, Calvary and Viva.
Éire na Nuachtscannán nominated in the Learning on Screen Awards.
Éire na Nuachtscannán (Ireland in the Newsreels), a collaboration between UCC lecturer Ciara Chambers (Film and Screen Media) and independent filmmaker Mac Dara Ó’Curraidhín (LMDÓC) has been nominated in the Broadcast Award category of this year’s Learning on Screen Awards.
News and Events
Arts Council/UCC Fllm Artist in Residence, 2018-19
University College Cork and the Arts Council are delighted to announce the appointment of Pat Murphy as Film Artist in Residence (Screenwriter) for 2018-19.Read Article