LSAD TUS presents diff First Frame 2023 student film awards screening and Film Industry event
Limerick School of Art and Design, TUS in association with Dublin International Film Festival proudly presents a preview screening of diff First Frame awards 2023 nominated student films, a film industry panel discussion and live musical performance in TUS Millennium Theatre, Limerick on Wednesday 22nd February from 9am- 4.30pm.
Short Film Programme
The event includes a screening of diff First Frame 2023 Award nominees. These films are produced by third level students from around Ireland, across a range of genres including animation, documentary, experimental film and drama. The two short film programmes take place at 9am and 2.30pm.
Film Industry Panel discussion
A special Film industry panel of interest to film students and film makers alike takes place in TUS Millennium Theatre from 11am-1pm. This includes award winning director, diff Film Maker in Residence 2023 and TUS alumni Laura O’Shea, who’s award winning short film, ‘Wednesday’s Child’ will also be screened on the day.
Laura is joined by Michelle Ryan – Limerick-based Director and founder of EPIK Media, and Editor and TUS (LIT) alumni Philip Shanahan. The panel is also joined by Rachael Power, Manager of the National Talent Academy TV+Film (South) Manager and Film in Limerick representative.
A special film-themed live Music performance will feature Limerick-based Mexican soloist, Fer Kenobi.
LSAD’s In-House Production Unit, Film CEL, will be recording and providing a stream link of the event for DIFF. Details of which will be released in due course.
9am: Short Film Programme 1
11am: Film Industry Panel
1-2pm Lunch break
2pm: Live Music
2.30pm: Short Film Programme 2
The event will be streamed live via diff Eventive (details TBC)
Admission is free and tickets must be booked in advance via eventbrite. Over 18s. Click on the link below or the image above.