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  • UCC Film & Screen Media Showcase at the Fastnet Film Festival - Wed 25th May @ 3pm

    19 May 2022
    UCC Film & Screen Media Showcase at the Fastnet Film Festival - Wed 25th May @ 3pm

    We look forward to welcoming you, your family and friends to the UCC Film & Screen Media Showcase at the Fastnet Film Festival on Wednesday 25th May at 3pm.

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  • Italian Cinema Today - Friday 20th May @3pm

    16 May 2022
    Italian Cinema Today - Friday 20th May @3pm

    Italian Cinema Today - Friday 20th May @3pm. Film and Screen Media Auditorium, UCC.

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  • The Puttnam Scholars Begin Production

    10 May 2022
    The Puttnam Scholars Begin Production

    The Puttnam Scholars Begin Production

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  • The N.I.C.E. Italian Film Festival Ireland, May 18th-22nd.

    09 May 2022
    The N.I.C.E. Italian Film Festival Ireland, May 18th-22nd.

    The N.I.C.E. Italian Film Festival Ireland, the first Italian film festival in Ireland, will feature 8 films among the most relevant in contemporary Italian cinema. The films will be screened at the GATE Multiplex Cinema in Cork between 19th and 22nd May.

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  • Congratualtions to today's MA in Film and Screen Media Graduates!

    07 Apr 2022
    Congratualtions to today's MA in Film and Screen Media Graduates!

    The class of 2020-21 graduated today with a Master's degree in Film and Screen Media, at a Conferring ceremony in UCC.

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  • 30 Mar 2022

    A Double-bill Screening on April 5 and April 6, 2022. Film and Screen Media Auditorium, Kane building Basement, Room B10.b

    About this event

    L’eclisse (The Eclipse, Michelangelo Antonioni, 1962) - April 5, 2022, 3.30-6.30 pm

    Estate, a Reverie (Andrea Luka Zimmerman, 2015) - April 6, 2022, 3.30-6.30 pm + Q&A (by remote) with director Andrea Luka Zimmerman

    The aim of the event is to raise participants’ awareness of the home as a liminal space where existential, social and environmental issues constantly intersect.

    The event will consist of two connected screenings in two consecutive days (5 and 6 April 2022). The films selected for this double bill are L’eclisse (The Eclipse, Michelangelo Antonioni, 1962, 126 minutes) and Estate, a Reverie (Andrea Luka Zimmerman, 2015, 83 minutes). Each will include a brief introduction of the film from the organisers, the screening, and a Q&A with the audience at the end of a session. The screening of Estate will include a remote Q&A with the filmmaker, Andrea Luka Zimmerman.

     

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  • The Puttnam Scholars 2022

    28 Mar 2022
    The Puttnam Scholars 2022

    Eight UCC students have been awarded the prestigious title of Puttnam Scholar. The Puttnam Scholarship programme offers UCC students from any discipline the opportunity to work with and learn from digital education pioneer Lord David Puttnam, Oscar-winning producer of films including Chariots of Fire, The Mission, The Killing Fields, and Midnight Express. This year’s scholars are final-year and postgraduate students in the fields of Engineering Science, Creative Writing, Arts Management and Creative Producing, Film and Screen Media, Politics and Study of Religions.  

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  • Tadhg O'Sullivan and Yvonne McDevitt. Thur 31 Mar, 17:15-18:30. FSM Auditorium.

    24 Mar 2022
    Tadhg O'Sullivan and Yvonne McDevitt. Thur 31 Mar, 17:15-18:30. FSM Auditorium.

    "What is a Film Artist Anyway?"

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  • The new issue of Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media is now available online.

    22 Mar 2022
    The new issue of Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media is now available online.

    The new issue of Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media is now available online https://doi.org/10.33178/alpha.22
     
    Developing from the Detecting Transcultural Identity in European Popular Crime Narratives (DETECt) project and edited by Stefano Baschiera, this twenty-second issue of Alphaville investigates the genrefication of contemporary European crime cinema when it crosses national borders. Through a media industries approach, the contributions in this issue place theatrical distribution at the centre of genre analysis, and address thematic and productive features as well as the changing cultural capital of crime cinema productions.
     
    Happy open-access reading!

     

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  • 11 Mar 2022

    UCC FILM & SCREEN MEDIA PRESENTS

     

    “Reflections on growing up in Hollywood and surviving as a working screenwriter”

     

    A Masterclass with Adjunct Professor, Greg Bernstein.

     

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