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Kerry Film Festival Reveals Featured Industry Events
15 Oct 2018 : Nathan Griffin
The 19th Kerry Film Festival will run from 17th-21st October 2018 screening short and feature films from around the world along with national and regional short film programmes.

The festival will also host industry and networking events along with the annual awards ceremony.

Kerry Film Festival presents industry networking events to encourage film makers to network and to engage with industry professionals. On Friday 19th October, Film Network Ireland bring their speed networking event, Coming down here, Watching all our Films to Killarney bringing film makers from around the world together to connect and network.

On Saturday 20th, ‘Festival Formula’ present an event, ‘You’ve made your film, now what?’ to help filmmakers understand the importance of film festivals, the benefits they can bring, and how best to prepare for the film festival circuit.

Panel Discussions and In Conversation events will include a panel discussion on working with children in film, Children on Screen with director, Vincent Lambe and young actors, Ely Solan and Leon Hughes from Detainment and director David Lam and assistant producer Louise Ashby from Misplaced.

A panel discussion on the making of documentary film called Building the Picture - Creating the Documentary, features Leslie Ann Coles (Melody Makers), Keith Walsh (When All is Ruin Once Again) and Moira Sweeney (Keepers of The Port) and director, Hugh O’Conor (Metal Heart) will discuss his debut feature and more in an In Conversationevent at Killarney House.

Kerry Film Festival will present the Maureen O’Hara Award 2018 to Deirdre O’Kane at a special event on Saturday 20th October followed by the annual Awards night event.

The Kerry Film festival runs from 17-21st October in Killarney.

Click here for full details on the festival




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