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Talking Production 2014: Full Schedule

TALKING PRODUCTION 2014
GALWAY FILM CENTRE’S ANNUAL FILM & TV SEMINAR
With special guest House of Cards showrunner, Beau Willimon, and many more.

When: Thursday & Friday, November 27th/28th.
Where: The Connemara Coast Hotel.
Cost: €50 (students), €70 (unwaged), €80 (waged). Includes lunch on both days.
To register: Phone 091-770748 or email info@galwayfilmcentre.ie
Web: www.galwayfilmcentre.ie
Twitter: @galwayfilmcentr #galwaydrama

SCHEDULE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 27th
9am: Producing a Short: Case Study of Award-winning Short, Skunky Dog
Niamh Heery (Our Unfenced Country) interviews Producer, Paddy Slattery & Director, James Fitzgerald.

11am: Case Study of Line Producing Roman Polanski’s The Ghost
Oliver Lüer, line producer on many Polanski films & Valkyrie, will present this session.

2pm: Producing TV Drama
Paddy Hayes (Corp + Anam) interviews Gub Neal (The Fall), Anders Landström (The Bridge) & James Flynn (Love/Hate).

4pm: Showrunning House of Cards
Felim Mac Dermott (GMIT) in conversation with Beau Willimon (House of Cards & The Ides of March).

6.30pm : Networking Reception

FRIDAY
NOVEMBER 28th
9.30am : Producing Animation
Eibhlín Ní Mhunghaile (Creative Europe Desk-Galway) interviews Claire Jennings (Coraline), Moe Honan (Niko & the Way to the Stars), Eric Goossens (Walking The Dog) & Heather Mills (Igam Ogam).

11.30am: Producing Feature Films
David Collins (Samson Films) interviews Finola Dwyer (Brooklyn), Lee Magiday (The Lobster) & Alexandra Arlango (Last Days on Mars).

2pm: Interview with Stephen Woolley
Lelia Doolan (former chair of the Irish Film Board) in conversation with Stephen Woolley (The Crying Game, Michael Collins, The Butcher Boy).

This event is supported by The Arts Council and is primarily funded by Galway County Council in association with the BAI, Galway City Council, GMIT, Creative Europe Desk-Galway, Screen Training Ireland, The Irish Film Board, RTÉ, TG4, Údarás na Gaeltachta, Telegael/ Beochán and the US Embassy.

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