‘Talking TV Drama’ at Galway Film Centre

Galway Film Centre in association with GMIT, FAS Screen Training Ireland and the BAI present ‘Talking TV Drama’ at Galway Film Centre. Friday 5th – Saturday 6th October, 2012. Following on from the success of last year’s Talking TV Drama seminar, Galway Film Centre will be running the event again this October and is delighted to welcome Bryan Cogman, Executive Story Editor and Writer on HBO’s Game of Thrones to Galway to take part in a seminar focused on writing drama for television. An in-depth interview will be conducted with Bryan on Saturday, October 6th by GMIT lecturer, Felim Mac Dermott. Talking TV Drama 2012 will comprise panel discussions, workshops and public interviews and is run in partnership with GMIT, Fás Screen Training Ireland and the BAI.
We are also delighted that Hans Rosenfeldt, the concept creator and one of the main writers on The Bridge is now confirmed for the Nordic Noir Masterclass. Also attending this Masterclass is Richard Cottan, writer of 2 seasons of Wallander UK. This panel will be chaired by Declan Croghan. Declan is  a leading Irish crime writers for TV. He is currently developing Life of Crime with Octagon and ITV. He is a huge fan of Scandinavian Crime TV and is delighted to be chairing this session.
Participants can attend the full 2 days of Interviews, Seminars, and Masterclasses for just €85 / €95.
Talking TV Drama will take place in the Radisson Hotel in Galway City. Early booking is strongly advised as places are limited and this event sold out last year. Further details of the event will be available at http://www.galwayfilmcentre.ie/events/talking-tv-drama-2012/
This event is also supported by TG4, RTÉ and BORD SCANNÁN NA hÉIREANN / THE IRISH FILM BOARD.
For further information, please contact: Galway Film Centre. Tel: + 353 (0) 91 770748. http://www.galwayfilmcentre.ie. info@galwayfilmcentre.ie

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