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The Irish Film & Television Academy is to honour director-writer-producer Jim Sheridan with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 12th annual Ifta Awards on May 24.
Ifta CEO Áine Moriarty said Sheridan “is a master storyteller, bold and brilliant, whose skill and vision continues to inspire so many”. She also praised his “constant support and nurturing of Irish creative talent - part of his ongoing legacy”.
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Jameson Dublin International Film Festival is delighted to announce that this year’s Picture House will host an amazing selection of Irish and International shorts as part of the 2015 event. The programme has been running for four years and Academy - Award winner Brenda Fricker has been patron since its second year. Picture House has been an integral part of the festival, bringing the magic of cinema to people who would otherwise be unable to take part. Over the years Jdiff have organised screenings in an array of venues from ranging from hospitals to prisons. In 2012, they brought the initiative to 10 care centre’s throughout Dublin. This year Picture House will screen an eclectic selection of international and Irish shorts including Chéad Ghrá, Jordanne, An Ode to Love, Big Bird, Rockmount, How I Didn’t Become a Piano Teacher and this year’s Oscar nominated short Boogaloo & Graham. Venues and »
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2 items from 2015
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