3 March 2024 The Irish Film & Television Network
Galway Film Centre to host The Business of Documentary Making: An Irish & Nordic Perspective
04 Oct 2016 : Katie McNeice
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The one-day seminar will take place on Wednesday, October 12th, focusing on the business aspects of making documentaries, the shared challenges of the very different Irish and Nordic regions and what they can learn from each other.

The programme features leading speakers and producers for three sessions. A Networking Lunch from 1pm-2pm is included in the purchase of the tickets.

10am-11.30am: Producing People, Swedish Style
The morning session Producing People, Swedish Style, will discuss the Producing People initiative from Film i Skåne with four producers from the Skåne region, and will also feature a presentation on the Nordic Film Fund. Irish filmmaker Niamh Heery (Displaced) will chair this session, with Lisa Nyed from Film i Skåne talking speaking alongside Swedish producers Ann Lundberg, Caroline Drab and Sofie Palage.

11.45am-1pm: The Irish Funding Model
The second session of the day with representatives from the Irish Film Board, TG4, RTÉ and BAI, will discuss funding opportunities for Irish documentary filmmakers.

Paddy Hayes of Magamedia will chair, with James Hickey from the IFB, Ciarán Kissane from the BAI and Proinsias Ní Ghráinne from TG4 speaking.

2pm-3.30pm: Atlantic: A Case Study of an Irish/Norwegian/Canadian Co-Production
The final session of the day will be a panel discussion on Director/Producer Risteard Ó Domhnaill’s ‘Atlantic’, with Co-Producer Karl Emil Rikardsen and will be chaired by Irish filmmaker Ross Whitaker. This event is hosted in association with Screen Training Ireland and the Broadcast Authority of Ireland. Tickets are €30 for waged attendees or €25 for unwaged attendees and Galway Film Centre Members.

To Book
Email admin @ galwayfilmcentre.ie
Call 091 770748

Visit Galway Film Centre Online to learn more

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