Talks & Special Events 2018
Virtual Reality Workshop With Elaine Hoey
Fri 16 – Sat 17 November / National Sculpture Factory
Irish artist Elaine Hoey (whose exhibition, The Ground Opened Up, was presented at Cork Film Festival 2017 in association with the National Sculpture Factory) leads this two-day intensive course for artists and filmmakers who want to develop their knowledge of VR production. Over the course of the workshop, participants will be guided through the skills needed to construct a VR project, together with the Blueprint skills necessary to build basic interaction.
Elaine Hoey creates interactive-based installations, appropriating contemporary digital art practices and aesthetics to explore the politics of digital humanity and our evolving relationship with the screen. Recent exhibitions: 2018 – ZKM Karlsruhe, Germany; Scena9, Bucharest; Gangwon International Biennale, South Korea. 2016 – Science Gallery, Dublin; Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin.
Venue: The National Sculpture Factory, Albert Rd, Cork, T12 KX00
Places limited. To book, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Curious Works Of Roger Doyle: Film Screening & Live Performance
Sun 11 / 12.15 / Triskel
Preceding the screening of The Curious Works of Roger Doyle, Cork Film Festival is honoured that its subject, the composer Roger Doyle, will perform his track ‘Wassane’. It will be played to accompany footage, shot by the director, Brian Lally, in Beijing in 2012, which did not make the final cut of the film.
Pat Murphy In Conversation
Thurs 15 / 18:00 / Gate 1
‘I was influenced by Godard and Brecht. But, more than that, with Maeve, anytime I sat down and tried to create a straightforward film with a beginning, middle and end, it just wouldn’t work.’ Pat Murphy
Following a special screening of Maeve, Pat Murphy – Film Artist in Residence at UCC and one of Ireland’s most radical filmmakers – talks to Vanessa Gildea of Women in Film & TV Ireland about her career.
Pat Murphy, Film Artist in Residence (Screenwriter) at UCC 2018/19, is supported by the Arts Council.