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Irish Pavilion At Cannes Film Festival
23 May 2002 :
The Irish Pavilion is the focus point for over 100 Irish delegates attending the Cannes Film Festival and Market this month (15-26 May 2002). Situated between the British and American Pavilions, the Irish centre is in:

The Village Internatonal,
Esplanade Georges Pompidou,
06400 Cannes.
Tel:+33 4 92 59 02 88
Fax:+33 4 93 99 86 26
Email: irishpavilion@hotmail.com

Events:
Focus on Denmark in Cannes:
At this years 55th Festival de Cannes, MEDIA Desk Ireland in association with the Danish Film Institute will host an Irish/Danish Co-Producing/Co-Financing Breakfast on the Irish Pavilion on 18th May. This meeting of producers, financiers, distributors and sales agents will explore the possibility for co-producing and co-financing between these 2 countries.More information form MEDIA Desk Ireland: 01 6791856.

European Film Promotion (EFP) in Cannes
With the support of the MEDIA Programme European Film Promotion will co-ordinate its annual Producers on the Move event at the Cannes Film Festival. Congratulations to Paul Donovan from Grand Pictures who has been selected as the Irish Producer on the Move 2002.

Galway Film Fair in Cannes
The Galway Film Fair, the market which takes place every year during the Galway Film Fleadh with the support of the MEDIA Programme, will host a reception with the Film Fleadh in the Irish Pavilion in Cannes on Friday May 17 from 5-7 pm. MEDIA Antenna Galway will also announce details of the annual European co-production event at this reception. The deadline to register for the Film Fair is May 24th. Further details from www.galwayfilmfleadh.com

Plus: Irish Canadian Producers Breakfast, New Zealand event, Australian and New Zealand events, FMI, Arista, and market screenings of Bloody Sunday, Puckoon and How Harry Became A Tree.

Members of the Irish Pavilion include: Richard Taylor, Andrew Reid and Joanne Holland of NIFTC, Rod Stoneman, Moira Horgan, Brendan McCarthy, Teresa McGrane and Naoise Barry of Irish Film Board, bankers Michael O'Sullivan and Elaine Gill (Anglo Irish Bank), Michaelproducers Ed Guiney, Andrew Lowe (Element), Tristan Orpen Lynch (Subotica), Nigel Warren Green (Irish Screen), Jonathan Cavandish (Littlebird), David Collins (Samson), Robert Walpole (Treasure), James Flynn (Metropolitan), Ronan Glennane (Stone Ridge), Paul Donovan (Grand Pictures). Lawyers James Hickey and Ruth Hunter of MOPs, John Given, Paul White and Geraldine East of A&L Goodbody and Gordon Judge. Also attending are Kevin Moriarty (Ardmore Studios), Mick Hannigan (Cork Film Festival) and Michael Dwyer (Irish Times).

Full list of attendees and Irish events, are available from the NIFTC and Irish Film Board.

The Pavilion is sponsored by Ardmore Studios, Arista Belfast, Film Makers Ireland, Northern Ireland Tourist Board, Philip Lee Solicitors, Y2K Productions, and is a joint marketing initiative between the Irish Film Board and Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission.

Other Cannes articles on IFTN:
Further Events For Cannes
Published
Paul Donovan To Attend Cannes as 'Producer On The Move'
Diary of events at the Irish Pavilion
Brosnan's Reveals 'Evelyn' Plot At Cannes




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