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NFS Lecture Series to host Emmy and IFTA-winning Production Designer John Paul Kelly
23 Feb 2016 : Seán Brosnan
John Paul Kelly
The National Film School Lecture Series at IADT are to host Emmy-winning Production Designer John Paul Kelly on Wednesday, February 24th.

John Paul Kelly moved from Ireland to London to study architecture, then gained an MA in Design for Film at the Royal College of Art. He began designing low-budget promos, as a student, before working in the art department of ‘The Last of the High Kings’.

He is perhaps best known for designing Oscar nominated Stephen Hawking biopic ‘The Theory of Everything’ which garnered him an IFTA Award and an Art Director’s Guild nomination). Other cinema credits include ‘The Guard’ (IFTA nomination); ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’ (IFTA nomination); ‘Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story’, directed by Michael Winterbottom and ‘I Capture the Castle’. Television work includes: ‘Byron’; Stephen Poliakoff's ‘The Lost Prince’, for which he won a Primetime Emmy and a BAFTA TV Award; ‘Bloody Sunday’; ‘Madame Bovary’; and ‘Shooting the Past’.

The NFS Lecture with John Paul Kelly will take place on Wednesday, 24 February at IADT in Room A021 at 4pm.





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