Women in the Irish Film Industry Moving from the Margins to the CentreBack


Friday, March 4th 2016

Colloquium at Mary Immaculate College, Limerick

The Department of Media & Communication Studies at Mary Immaculate College (MIC) is set to tackle the issue of gender inequality in the Irish film industry through its hosting of a day-long colloquium entitled “Women in the Irish Film Industry: Moving from the Margins to the Centre”.

The event will take place in Mary Immaculate College on Friday 4th March and will, according to event organiser Dr Susan Liddy, Lecturer in Media & Communications, MIC, provide a public forum in which to address the under-representation of women in the Irish film industry.


Speakers include:

Anna Serner, Director Swedish Film Institute

Dr Annie Doona, Acting Chair Irish Film Board

Holly Aylett, European Women's Audio Visual Network

Writers Guild of Ireland

Women in Film and Television

James Hickey, CEO Irish Film Board

Laura Ní Cheallaigh, TG4

Stephanie Comey, BAI

Brigie De Courcy, RTE

Screen Training Ireland

Screen Directors Guild of Ireland

Screen Producers Ireland


Limited places – Booking essential. Dr. Susan Liddy, Department Media and Communications, MIC.

Susan.Liddy@mic.ul.ie or tel.: 061-204396 www.mic.ul.ie


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