Screen Wexford and Wexford County Council would like to invite you to the New Voices 2022 Award Winners Screening Night. Congratulations to all three bursary winners – Leah O’Toole, Andrew Kenny and Joseph Orr. The event will take place on Wednesday, 29th November at 7pm and will be hosted by our friends at Wexford Arts Centre.

Details

Date: Wednesday, 29th November at 7 PM

Venue: Wexford Arts Centre, Cornmarket, Townparks, Wexford, Y35 X5HF

Cost: Entrance is FREE but registration is required

Tickets: Register here

Evening plan:

∙7pm arrival

∙7,30pm screenings

∙9pm drinks & canapes

You will have the opportunity to watch:

We Were There‘ a 9 minute short film by Leah O’Toole, winner in New Voices 2022

The Search for Maelruan‘ a 59 minute documentary by Andrew Kenny, winner in New Voices 2022

Lucifer is that you?” a 3 minute animation by Joseph Orr, winner in New Voices 2022

For more information and to register:
See the event’s page on Ticket Solve

This event is supported by Wexford County Council.

Following on from the success of last year’s Producing From Beyond the Pale panel, WFT Ireland and Wexford Screen Writers Academy have come together once more to host the second iteration of the event.

Details

Venue: Wexford Arts Centre

Date: Sunday 19 November, 2023

Time: 12 to 6 PM

Cost: free, but pre-booking is required from WFT Ireland.

To Register: register here.

Live Stream: The event will be streamed on the Screen Wexford YouTube Channel. Live stream supported by the National Youth Film and Animation Network.

Description

Producing from Beyond The Pale 2 will take place on the afternoon of Sunday November 19th in Wexford Arts Centre and will also be streamed. The afternoon will begin with a series of Masterclasses and case studies, which are aimed at emerging writers but will be open to filmmakers from around the country. Each session will focus on exploring how different departments/film practitioners engage with a script, how they break it down and looking at how they approach new projects. The sessions will consist of Panel discussions and case studies.

The afternoon will culminate with Producing from Beyond The Pale 2. The last couple of years have seen a rising number of filmmakers move away from Dublin and other urban centres either for economic reasons or for a better life. Other filmmakers have successfully been working in the regions for years. Arguably one of the good things to come out of the last two years, has been the quick adaptation to remote working, this has undoubtedly helped filmmakers working in the regions. Coupled with a Focus on Regional Production, this should be an opportune moment for Filmmakers based outside of the city centres. WFT will host a panel discussing the opportunities and obstacles for filmmakers working outside of urban centres. Celebrating Filmmakers who have been working successfully in this environment and looking at the difficulties that they have encountered over the years. This year’s panel will focus on crews. We would like to examine what other steps can be taken to increase access to the Industry for talented Filmmakers who are not based in the Film Centres. 

Confirmed speakers include: Eimear Noone (Composer), David McLoughlin (Metropolitan Pictures), John Wallace (Cowtown Pictures), Chriona O’Sullivan (Element Post Production), Jon Beer (Production Designer), Hannah Quinn (Director), Jess Drumm (Screen Guilds), Garry McHugh (Young Irish Filmmakers), Mark Maher (Odyssey Studios), Fiona Lanham (Script Supervisor) and Drew Maitland (1st AD). Full line up will be announced next week.

Other Info
The Panels will begin at 12:00 PM and Producing form Beyond The Pale 2 will take place from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Link to live stream will be available on the day from screenwexford.com and WFT Ireland.

Wexford Screen Writers’ Academy is a Bodecii Film, Screen Wexford and Wexford County Council initiative funded by Creative Ireland and Screen Ireland. Producing from Beyond the Pale is a WFT Ireland event funded by Screen Stakeholders and Coimisiún na Meán. The event will be held in Wexford Arts Centre and streamed online supported by the National Youth Film and Animation Network.

See more information, and register at the event’s Billetto page.

Date: Friday, 10th November

Time: 10:30am – 12:30pm

Venue: St. Michael’s Theatre, South Street, New Ross, Co. Wexford, Ireland

Cost: Free

Description

For all film, television, and creative crew, you are very welcome to join the Crew Networking Coffee and Tea event on Friday, 10th November from 10.30am – 12.30pm at St Michael’s Theatre, New Ross. If you are just starting out in the industry we would love to meet you too.

The networking event is open to anyone interested in and/or currently working in video, gaming, social media, film and TV or any Screen related industries. This will include writers, directors, producers, creators and crew from all departments. This event is an opportunity for local filmmakers and talent in the South East to meet and network while hearing from Screen Wexford on upcoming training, opportunities, and initiatives.

Screen Wexford is a Wexford County Council initiative supported by Arts and Economic Development Departments. We aim to advance the film industry in Wexford by facilitating indigenous and international Film & TV production while supporting training initiatives that develop and grow our film community.

Screen Wexford is excited to announce, in conjunction with the National Talent Academies, a work shop with Wexford Director Laura Way and Head of Production at Outer Limits Post Production Sarah Caraher.

Details

Date: 15th November, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Venue: Wexford Arts Centre, Cornmarket, Townparks, Wexford, Y35 X5HF

To register: Register Here

Overview

Explore the art of filmmaking from conception to completion in this masterclass led by award-winning director Laura Way (Sugar Stick, Rough Cut), who will take you through the process of directing covering everything from creative storytelling to post-production. In addition to Laura’s expertise, Sarah Caraher, Head of Production at Outer Limits Post Production will share invaluable insights, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of the strategies and collaborative efforts that propel success in the dynamic realm of film and an overview of the different elements of post-production.

Website

https://www.nationaltalentacademies.ie/courses-activities-programmes/mastering-successful-collaborations-in-film-tv-november-edition

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