New Film Masterclass for Young Irish Women

Ireland’s National Film School @ The Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dun Laoghaire will deliver the first ever “Young Women in Film & TV” masterclass for Transition Year students on the 10th, 11th and 12th November.

As part of the national strategy to ensure the growth of women working in the film industry the National Film School @The Institute of Art, Design and Technology will deliver the first ever “Young Women in Film” Masterclass for transition year students on the 10th, 11th and 12th November.

The National Film School in partnership with Young Irish Film Makers, brings Stephanie Preissner, Scriptwriter & Producer, “Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope” and Neasa Hardiman who has worked with Amazon, BBC, Channel Four, ITV and RTE and many other premier Sound Designers, Editors and Cinematographers to IADT for this masterclass. They’ll work with Ireland’s creative leaders of the future, over an action-packed, hands-on three days, to give them an inside look at all aspects of working in Film and TV.

The National Film School @ IADT and Young Irish Film Makers developed this programme, with funding support from Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Arts office, in order to address the issue of equal access for young women and to encourage equality in the Irish film & television industry.

For more information, please contact Ruth Barry, Head of Marketing, tel: 087 6248888