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Shooting Food Fight

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a Super 16mm black & white short film. One week ago I got the final grading of a short – film I shot last December on Super 16mm before starting uni, Food Fight, and I thought that it could be interesting to share the whole process.I met Food Fight’s director, Natasha Waugh, while shooting a different project and as I …

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Diary of Cinematographer: Miguel Angel

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Working with an Arri Alexa This week we meet ‘Miguel Ángel’, A spanish cinematographer who is working in Ireland. He has recently finished working on a period short film called ‘Staccato’ directed by ‘Eoghan McQuinn’ While studying Still Photography at University in Spain, I became fascinated with cinema and the moving image. I cannot tell how much I love experimenting …

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Una Feely – Festival Co-Founder and Programmer.

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This week we had the pleasure of chatting with Una Feely. Una co-founded IndieCork Festival in 2013, the only arts Co-Operative in Ireland. The festival focuses primarily on independent film, media and cross-platform arts. Her background is in programming and arts management. From 1991 – 2013 she worked with Cork Film Festival. She has programmed Irish film showcases for many international …

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First Cut Youth Film Festival

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Ireland’s Only Pop-Up Youth Film Festival! The First Cut! Youth Film Festival takes place in the beautiful seaside town of Youghal, Co. Cork later this month. It offers an exciting opportunity for young filmmakers, aged 12- 21 years, to gather together in a vibrant festival atmosphere for a rare chance to network and showcase their work. As well as the screenings of …

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Interview with Rupert Maccarthy-Morrogh of Studio 5108

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It has been a while since our last interview, so today we have something special – an interview with Rupert Maccarthy-Morrogh, DP, director and owner of Cork’s own Studio 5108. Hi Rupert, and thanks for taking time to talk with us. First off the bat, can you tell us a bit about how you got into this line of work? By …

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Niall Mahoney Cork Screen Commissioner

A Chat With The Cork Screen Commissioner

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We caught up with Niall Mahoney, the Cork Screen Commissioner for a chat about the work of the Cork Screen Commssion, and Niall’s views on the film making industry in Cork. Can you give us an idea of the work of the Cork Screen Commission? The Screen Commission’s remit is basically twofold; to help, support & nurture the indigenous Screen Industries …

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