Wednesday 29th July 2020. Time: 19:00 to 21:00
[email protected] with Lisa Barros D’Sa and Glenn Leyburn with Colin McKeown
During this process of huge change, Fni has endevoured to to try to bring our community together to inspire and break down barriers between aspiring and established filmmakers.
TBC August 2020.
Screenwriting 101. Special introduction online Classes to Screenwriting with Ip Wischin
Film Lectures on Functional Moviemaking – Techniques to avoid formulaic movie concepts. Ip has taken many classes with FNI over the last years and is delighted to be offering a new intro series of 3 Classes this August for just 60e. Places are limited.
FNI Proudly supporting the Children’s ambulance service BUMBLEance
You can make a voluntary donation of €4 by texting BUZZ to 50300
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One of Ireland’s most well-known directors, we were joined by Declan Lowney to talk all things Father Ted, Grafting, Breaking into the industry as a young man and raising money for his First short and many years later breaking into the Golden age of Tv in LA as an up and coming 60 year old. Declan has been in charge of numerous commercials in Ireland and the UK. He is an Emmy and BAFTA winning director with a long list of credits and memorable shows including Father Ted, Moone Boy, Little Britain and Alan Partridge on Tv and the Feature Alpha Papa. His IMDb credits are incredibly impressive and We inevitably spoke about the wonderful and omnipresent Father Ted.
Declan’s passion is comedy and he has worked with the cream of British and Irish comedy talent, including Steve Coogan, Eddie Izzard, Paul Whitehouse, Johnny Vegas, Matt Lucas and David Walliams and soooo many more. A wonderful guy and a great conversation.
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