WFT Ireland Event: IFI screening of MAMMAL followed by Q&A with Director Rebecca Daly

Posted April 4, 2016 by Suzanne Murray in News
Women in Film and Television Ireland
Women in Film and Television Ireland

Following on from its opening weekend, Women in Film and Television Ireland will host a special screening of MAMMAL for its members in the IFI tomorrow Tuesday 5th April at 6:10pm. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s Director Rebecca Daly, moderated by Marian Quinn.  While the screening is for WFT Ireland members, it is also open to the public.  Tickets can be purchased from the Irish Film Institute website

More about REBECCA DALY, DIRECTOR

Rebecca Daly studied theatre directing and acting and then went on to study film. Her first short, JOYRIDERS (2006), won the Irish Film Award for Best Short and several international awards. Her first feature film, THE OTHER SIDE OF SLEEP (2011) premiered in Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes Film Festival and in the Discovery section of Toronto International Film Festival.  Rebecca was selected to participate in the first Berlinale Residency with her second feature MAMMAL.  She is currently in development on the feature project GOOD FAVOUR.

More about MARIAN QUINN,  MODERATOR

Marian Quinn is a writer-director who won Best Feature at the Galway Film Fleadh with 32A, a coming of age film set in Dublin in 1979. She has many projects in development including a TV series set in Chicago. She teaches directing at DKIT and is currently chair of the Equality Action Committee of the Screen Directors Guild and the Writer’s Guild.

More about WOMEN IN FILM AND TELEVISION IRELAND

Women in Film and Television International is a voluntary foundation promoting greater representation of women on screen and behind the camera, with a membership of over thirteen thousand professionals worldwide.

Women in Film and Television Ireland is a branch of Women in Film and Television International. The Irish branch is a voluntary body run by film and TV professionals of international standing. Committee members represent the creative, business and technical divisions of the Irish audiovisual sector. They are all internationally credited and the recipients of industry-recognized awards. Their intention in creating this organization is to ensure that the film and television industry functions as a meritocratic, sustainable and successful force into the future.