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8 Oct 2021

Department of Film and Screen Media masterclass with screenwriter Malcolm Campbell, Monday 11th October at 16h (via Teams).


Malcolm Campbell is a screenwriter whose credits include the acclaimed feature film What Richard Did and C4's hit drama series Ackley Bridge, which he created and wrote. He has written for some of the UK's most popular dramas, including Shameless and Skins, as well as the Golden Globe-nominated mini-series The White Queen (BBC1/Starz). He created and wrote the BBC's multi-Bafta-winning educational show L8R, and gained Bafta nominations for his own single dramas, All About Me (BBC1) and Losing It (C4). His screenplay for What Richard Did, directed by Lenny Abrahamson and produced by Element Films, won numerous awards including The Evening Standard British Film Awards' Best Screenplay, the Writers Guild's Best Screenplay, and the Irish Film and TV Awards' Best Film Script. He cowrote the film Herself, with its star Clare Dunne, and directed by Phyllida Lloyd. The film is currently in cinemas. 

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Department of Film and Screen Media

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O'Rahilly Building, University College Cork, Ireland