As part of Dublin Culture Night 2017 come see our FREE TICKETED EVENT on Friday Evening September 22nd, PLUS A BONUS SECOND PERFORMANCE night on Saturday Evening, September 23rd – since we sold out last year and so many of you missed it! See ticket reservation times below. [Read more…]
Part of our expansion includes the new course options for screenwriters under the expert guidance of Barry McEvoy. Next week we will be presenting “FIRST LOOK” featuring excerpts from 8 selected full length screenplays that will be shared on Thursday evening, 7:30pm, April 28th, 2016 at Doyles Pub, 9 College Street, Dublin 2, in the downstairs lounge. [Read more…]
Abbey School of Drama alumni John Connors and Tristan Heanue are among the latest winners with their film, “Today” in the Sky Road TV and Film Festival. See quotes from the IFTN.ie article below….
‘Today’, ‘Dead Dogs’ and ‘One Million Dubliners’ among Sky Road Winners (13 Oct 2015 : Seán Brosnan)The Sky Road TV & Film Festival took place 9-11 October with ‘Today’, ‘Dead Dogs’ and ‘One Million Dubliners’ all picking up awards.Tristan’s Heanue’s powerful short film ‘Today’ picked up to awards at the festival – Best Short Film as well as Best Short Film from a First Time Director. Today’ is a hard hitting drama about a man who wakes up one morning in his car, disorientated, with no recollection of how he ended up parked in the middle of nowhere. The harsh reality soon comes flooding back once he gathers his thoughts. The short is produced by Paddy Slattery and stars John Connors.” More details on the article at IFTN.ie website.
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The Galway Film Fleadh is a renowned marketplace for new Irish and International film industry talent, and has just finished its week of celebrations July 7th-12th, 2015. We wish to send a huge congratulations to alumni Tristan Heanue (Director/Writer) of the film “Today” and alumni actors Lynn Rafferty and John Connors, for their win of the honor “Best First Short Drama” [Read more…]