29 Oct 2022
17 Oct 2022
Friday October 21st 18:00 BST - Online
Attendance is free but please register HERE to book your place and to receive a link to the event.
A state of uncertainty is primarily thought of as a cause for anxiety and worry. It disrupts our daily scheduled lives and impacts upon our comforts. Conversely, symptoms of uncertainty such as contradiction, conflict, and struggle are often what allow us to move forward, to progress and to develop. Uncertainty forces us to explore new avenues that we never knew existed and encourages us to be creative and resourceful in finding solutions and fresh outlooks on social issues.Read more
13 Oct 2022
Lord David Puttnam has been announced patron of the Cork International Film Festival at the unveiling of this year’s festival programme last night.
Festival chair, Barney Whelan commented “We are honoured to have the endorsement and friendship of David, a true luminary of film and education, to help support our continued development.”
More information on this can be found at:Read more
Dr Stefano Odorico - “Multiperspectival Thinking: Polyphonic Documentary as a Method for Co-creation”. Film & Screen Media Research Seminar Series, Mon 10 Oct, 4.00 p.m.06 Oct 2022
Department of Film & Screen Media Research Seminar Series with Dr Stefano Odorico (Technological University of the Shannon, Limerick)
“Multiperspectival Thinking: Polyphonic Documentary as a Method for Co-creation”
Monday 10 October 2022, 4.00 p.m.
Film & Screen Media Auditorium, Kane Building B10B (Basement)Read more
Phantoscope, Triskel’s quarterly experimental film programme, welcomes Yvonne McDevitt to present and discuss three of her short films. Thurs 6 Oct 6.30pm.06 Oct 2022
YVONNE MCDEVITT – THREE FILMS PHANTOSCOPE. 50 mins – UK / Ireland 2013-2016 – Dir: Yvonne McDevitt Starring: Olwen Fouéré, Jaiden Kaine and James BarnesRead more
21 Sep 2022
FILM ARTIST IN RESIDENCE AT UCC
The Arts Council and University College Cork invite applications from film artists of distinction for the role of Film Artist in Residence at UCC for the calendar year 2023.
The Film Artist in Residence, based in the School of Film, Music and Theatre, is designed to provide a film artist with a unique opportunity to develop their practice in a university environment while offering students of film and screen media the opportunity to engage with a practising artist in a meaningful way during the course of their studies.Read more
14 Sep 2022
Lord David Puttnam, the Oscar-winning producer of films including Chariots of Fire, The Mission, The Killing Fields, and Midnight Express recently celebrated ten years of his Skibbereen-based company Atticus Education. The pioneering organisation was set up to teach creativity and innovation to students across the world and University College Cork (UCC) was one of the first universities to come on board.
Gormfhlaith Ní Shíocháin Ní Bheoláin receives Danijela Kulezic-Wilson Undergraduate Award for Exceptional Innovation in Research.09 Sep 2022
UCC School of Film, Music and Theatre is delighted to announce that the inaugural Danijela Kulezic-Wilson Undergraduate Award for Exceptional Innovation in Research has been made to final-year Music student, Gormfhlaith Ní Shíocháin Ní Bheoláin, for her final-year Major Study work 'Field, Foinn agus Feadóga. An album of John Field's compositions for piano and Irish traditional tunes on the tin whistle.’Read more