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IRISH DIGITAL INTERVIEWS, Q&As AND FEATURES
In this series of IFTN Q&As and feature interviews, leading professionals working in Irish digital film, television and audiovisual fieldsanswer a series of questions about their career background, their current work and thier their views on the digital industry in Ireland today.
Oscar Shortlist: SSVFX team involved in two Visual Effects projects 
Sci-fi, adventure film Captain Marvel and Martin Scorsese’s gangster-drama The Irishman have been shortlisted in the Visual Effects category for the Academy Awards; both contenders include work from Irish company SSVFX helmed by Visual Effects Supervisor Ed Bruce. 

More Digital Feature Interviews
Making The Cut: Career Advice From…‘Game of Thrones’ Sound Recordist Ronan Hill
07 Nov 2012 | Emmy Award winner and two-time IFTA winner, Ronan Hill is one of the most in-demand production sound mixers and sound recordists working in Ireland. 
Interview: RTÉ's Edel Edwards Spots Current Trends In TV Sales
01 Oct 2012 | Edel Edwards is the manager of television programme sales for RTÉ having joined the broadcaster from ITV in the UK. 
Tuning-In To The Future of Irish Television
01 Oct 2012 | The Irish broadcasting industry – like the television world – is going through unprecedented change, but what are the challenges ahead and how are Irish broadcasters facing them in the current landscape? 
Interview: Sony Professional Brings Higher Definition to Irish Market
24 Sep 2012 | Sony has announced new deals with Irish companies almost weekly for the last month, on top of its ever-growing product launches announced almost daily. 
Five Minutes with... BAFTA winning Irish Colourist Aidan Farrell
10 May 2012 | Highly regarded worldwide, Irish colourist Aidan Farrell will this Sunday be honored for his craft with a BAFTA special award for his “outstanding creative contribution to the industry and his extensive work and accomplishments in this field.”

Ahead of the event in London, the Dubliner – who has worked as a colourist on acclaimed television shows such as ‘Downton Abbey’ - spends five minutes with IFTN to talk about how he went from working on animation with Don Bluth in Dublin to working on acclaimed music videos during the Britpop-era in London and on into TV drama. 

Seamus McGarvey talks 'Avengers Assemble'
25 Apr 2012 | Cinematographer Seamus McGarvey is already an IFTA Award-winner, Oscar nominee and 3D convert, but he can now add masterclass extraordinaire to his CV after wowing a packed audience at IFTA's 'In Conversation With…' event at the IFI yesterday. 
Interview: Irish Director Stephen St. Leger on His Feature Film Debut ‘Lockout’
19 Apr 2012 | Stephen St. Leger seems oddly relaxed. Two days before the European release of his Luc Besson-produced debut feature film ‘Lockout’ – co-directed and co-written with his long-time collaborator and fellow Irishman James Mather - and the Dubliner displays none of the apprehension an outsider might expect at letting their ‘baby’ out into the world. 
Five Minutes With... ‘The Dark Knight’ VFX Artist Ciaran Crowley
19 Apr 2012 | Few Irish visual effects artists boast a CV as impressive as that of Dublin-native Ciaran Crowley. Over the past decade, his list of film and TV credits reads like a roll-call of some of the most visually impressive movies of the last 10 years.


From ‘Inception’ to ‘Iron Man 2’, through to ‘2012’, ‘Batman Begins’, ‘The Dark Knight’ and ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’, Crowley has had a hand in ensuring that some of the biggest blockbusters of recent memory have arrived on cinema screens with visual effects that can pack a punch as equally as they seamlessly integrate into the background of a director’s overall vision. 

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