8 August 2020 The Irish Film & Television Network
Nemeton’s Diploma Seven Student Docs Premiere at SGC Dungarvan
2007-05-17 :
There are seven documentary programmes currently being wrapped by the Nemeton/WIT students premiering at the new state of the art cinema in Dungarvan.
As the first year of the Árd Diplóma í Léiriú Teilifíse draws to a close the fourteen students who took part in the course will showcase their programmes in the new state of the art cinema in Dungarvan.

Miriam Mulrennan, Árd Diploma Course Leader and Training and Development Manager for Nemeton says “I can say with absolute honesty that the work produced by the students has far exceeded what were already pretty high expectations. When we first spoke to SGC in Dungarvan about doing this showcase event for the student’s programmes, we did not know how strong each individual documentary would turn out to be. It is a credit to each of the students themselves and the excellent tutors on this course that we have a level of output that even industry professionals who have visited are amazed at. Making seven programmes of broadcastable quality is a serious achievement, but the incredible standard these students have achieved – bhuel sin scéal eile.”

Amongst the programmes are:
‘Giollai Dé’ with Geraldine Heffernan from Carrick An Suir, Co Tipperary as Director and Alan Devitt from Shanakiel Co Cork as Editor.
‘Ól, Ceoil agus Craic’ has Clíodhna Ní Néill from an Rinn Co Phort Láirge and Sinead Ní Choileáin from Kilrush Co Clare as co-Directors and Julie McGee from Killybegs Co Donegal as Editor.
‘Gobnait’ features Eibhlín Ní Chriodáin from Baile Bhuirne Co Cork as Director and Deaglán De Paor from an Sean Phobal, Co Waterford as Editor.
‘Blian as Baile’ with Máiréad Ní Mhurchú from Dunhill Co Waterford as Director and James Lynch from Kilrush Co Clare.
‘An Chogadh Ciúin’ with Darina Clancy from Youghal, Co Cork - Directing and Tricia Hastings from Cora Chaitlín, Co Clare.
‘Man Bites Dog, M'Uncail’ with Rose-Ann Foley from an Rinn as Director and Julie Flavin from Kilmeadan Co Waterford.
‘The Vinyl Frontier’ sees Aileen Hughes from Ceann Trá, Co Chiarraí taking lead credits as both Director and Editor.

Nemeton’s training department has confirmed that they have already has a large number of applications for next Septembers intake, and continue to receive applications.

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