The class of 2018-9 graduated today with a Master's degree in Film and Screen Media, at a Conferring ceremony at which at Keynote was delivered by journalist and broadcaster, Nadine O'Regan.
21 Feb 2020
The class of 2018-9 graduated today with a Master's degree in Film and Screen Media, at a Conferring ceremony at which at Keynote was delivered by journalist and broadcaster, Nadine O'Regan.Read more
20 Feb 2020
You are cordially invited to a screening of Persepolis (Marjane Satrapi, Iran, 2007, 96 min) that will be held in the Film and Screen Media Auditorium, Kane Building on Thursday, 27 February at 5 p.m.Read more
Queer Visibility, Media Industries and Production Cultures: An Irish Case Study. Dr. Páraic Kerrigan (UCD)12 Feb 2020
This presentation traces the turbulent history and dynamics of queer visibility in the Irish media to explore the processes by which a regionally based media system shaped queer identities within a highly conservative and religious population.Read more
24 Jan 2020
15 Jan 2020
Screening of Calais, the Last Border, dir. Marc Isaacs, 2003, 59 min.
4 p.m., Wednesday 5 February 2020
Film and Screen Media Auditorium, Kane Building B10B (Basement)Read more
19 Dec 2019
From left to right: Lucy Creedon, Ben O’Callaghan, Oisín O’Driscoll, Andrew Killian, Lord David Puttnam, Eanna Hardwicke, Liam Fleming, Issey Fenton, Eli Dolliver
The inaugural Puttnam Scholars hosted a private screening of their short film Glossolalia for Lord David Puttnam in Hayfield Manor. Based on an original storyline by Lucy Creedon and directed by Oisín O’Driscoll and Ben O’Callaghan, the cinematography and editing were undertaken by Eli Dolliver. Sound design was by Andrew Killian, who also composed the film’s score while Liam Fleming worked on set design and casting. The film stars Linda Flaherty in her first film and Eanna Hardwicke, who is currently working on Vivarium (Lorcan Finnegan) and Netflix’s adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel Normal People (Lenny Abrahamson and Hettie Macdonald). It also features Eoin Burke, a regular in Cork short films and Issey Fenton, from the Gaiety School of Acting who is also a UCC graduate of Theatre and English.
17 Nov 2019
Film and Screen Media’s Film Artist in Residence, Alan Gilsenan, followed a screening of his remarkable biopic of Liam Clancy The Yellow Bittern at the Cork Film Festivalwith a lively Q&A with Carrie Crowley.Read more
26 Nov 2019
Film and Screen Media Auditorium, Kane Buildiung Basement B10.B Wednesday 27th November at 10amRead more