Posts Tagged ‘multidisciplinary’

Directors in Dialogue

20th June 2011 by Maura McHugh

The Screen Directors Guild of Ireland (SDGI) and the Irish Film Institute (IFI) have joined forces in a new partnership in support of Irish screen directors.

On 25th June the SDGI and the IFI launches a series of events called SDGI/IFI Directors in Dialogue that pairs up Irish and international directors to discuss their approaches to filmmaking with the first being a jet lag free visit to Paris on a Skype call with acclaimed Greek director Costa Gavras in conversation with fellow director/writer Conor Horgan (One Hundred Mornings). Directors and members of public will have a unique opportunity to engage in a dialogue with Mr. Gavras following the screening of his first American film Missing.

The screening of Missing followed by SDGI Directors in Dialogue with Costa Gavras and Conor Horgan takes place at 2.50pm on Saturday 25th June in the Irish Film Institute, Eustace Street, Dublin 2. It will be followed by the conversation between Costa Gavras and Conor Horgan at 5.15pm.

CFCP’s Creative Café

18th January 2011 by Maura McHugh

Centre for Creative PracticesThe Centre for Creative Practices is a cultural venue in the city centre of Dublin which features a multicultural and multidisciplinary approach.

The CfCP is establishing the Creative Café, a gathering on the third Tuesday of every month. It will have a leaning towards the new/experimental/interactive/fringe/underground and any kind of interesting artistic activities with a particular focus on presenting work to audiences and other artists, building new relationships, exchanging ideas, hearing leading creators talk about their projects, presenting submissions for the CFCP Call for Artists and taking part in discussions on various creative topics.

The first meeting will take place at 7:30pm on the 25th January 2011.

The opening event will feature .move, which presents 16 current works of 21 young and leading European media artists: video installations, interactive virtual environments, performances, and an Opera Digitale. The works were produced from 2008 to 2009 within the scope of the European Media Artists in Residence Exchange (EMARE) programme at the organisations Impakt (Netherlands), InterSpace (Bulgaria), VIVID (Great Britain) and Werkleitz (Germany).

Admission is €5 for members and €7.50 for non members.