Galway Film Centre in association with the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and Screen Training Ireland has announced a new writing mentorship scheme
#IrishFilm: Paul Murphy to make Stories from the Landscape | The European Dimension to celebrate European Year of Cultural Heritage
In celebration of the European Year of Cultural Heritage, Galway Film Centre in partnership with Galway County Council and Clare County Council along with support from the Heritage Council of Ireland have launched Stories from the Landscape | The European Dimension with filmmaker Paul Murphy.
TG4 and the Arts Council have announced that the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has joined them as a partner on the arts documentary scheme, ilDÁNA 2018. ilDÁNA is designed to enhance the TG4 schedule by supporting the making of an ambitious and cinematic long-form documentary on the arts in Irish.
Alan Duggan has been announced as the new Manager of Galway Film Centre, the non-profit, members based organisation dedicated to the development of film as an artistic medium in the West of Ireland.
The third Science on Screen documentary, Bittersweet - the Rise of Diabetes, to premiere during Science Week on 25th November at An Taibhdhearc Theatre.
Galway Film Centre will host a two-day course on the digital visual effects, graphics, and compositing application After Effects on 18th & 19th November.
Galway Film Centre has announced James Ward and Caitríona Coyne as the recipients of the new 2017 funding scheme, Dig Where You Stand.
An interview with special guest Graham Linehan is one of the highlights of the FÍS TV Summit taking place in Galway on October 12th.
Details have been announced for the 2017 TV Summit FÍS which will take place in Galway on October 12th hosted by Galway Film Centre.
Galway Film Centre will present a new training course in Mobile Filmmaking Workshop with Eleanor Mannion on Saturday, September 30th.