Guest Speakers 2018

Terence White
Terence White

filmmaker from Cork City, now living on the Wicklow / Wexford border. He trained at the Gaiety School of Acting and then as a theatre director with Druid. He has made several short dramas and documentaries.

Els Dietvorst

Els Dietvorst is a Belgian visual artist, filmmaker and shepherd who lives and works in Duncormick, Ireland. She is an artist whose work focuses on communication, collaboration and social conflicts.

Ian Barry
Ian Barry

Ian Barry parent and carer to ten year old Pierce, who has Down Syndrome. Ian has a background in Social Care and has been an active member of Down Syndrome Wexford since shortly after Pierce was born.

Eoghan O’Brien

Eoghan is a native of New Ross who lives in Callan and is actively developing his interest in painting. He has considerable acting experience also and is an enthusiastic participant in KCAT.

Brianna Hurley

Brianna Hurley will join us from Kcat and Nimble Spaces.

Patrick Lyndon
Patrick Lydon

Patrick Lydon; farmer, co-founder of the Camphill Community at Ballytobin, Callan, Kilkenny with his wife Gladys in 1979 where they have raised their four children.

Aislinn Wallace

Aislinn has been active on many local and national campaigns since 2010. The focus of her work has been in anti-austerity campaigns, the Water charges and the Housing rights movement.

Memet Uludag

Memet Uludag is the United Against Racism National Organiser. Memet is a migrant living in Ireland. He is an anti-racism activist and an elected trade union work place representative.

Tina MacVeigh

Tina is the People Before Profit Councillor, for the Crumlin Kimmage Ward since 2014, she is a socialist, an anti-racist, women rights activist, community worker, and singer with @Resistance Choir.

Sara Levan
Sarah Lavan

Community Education Facilitator with Waterford and Wexford Education and Training Board (WWETB). Sarah has worked in the area of Adult Education and Community for over 15 years, as a youth worker, adult education tutor and adult literacy organiser. As Community Education Facilitator, Sarah plans, develops and manages the WWETB’s

Colm Mullen
Colm Mullen

cinematographer, community youth worker and educator from Dundalk, Co. Louth. He has been involved in film/photography and community arts education for the past ten years. His work is collaboratively based and seeks meaningful, collective exploration of subject matter. Colm was cinematographer with Frank Berry on his feature drama film I Used to Live Here and stills photographer on his IFTA winning feature Michael Inside.

Alexander Kleider
Alexander Kleider

Director (born October 29, 1975 in Böblingen) is a German documentary filmmaker. He studied after training as a state-recognized educator in Schwäbisch Hall communication sciences in Berlin. After an internship for assistant director at the Neue Filmproduktion Berlin (NFP), he founded the DOK-WERK filmcooperative together with Daniela Michel, which moved to Berlin in 2014. Their joint debut film Eiszeit was awa…

Dr Harry Browne

Lecturer School of Media (DIT College of Arts & Tourism) Dublin based activist, author and journalist, His journalism has appeared in numerous publications, including the Irish Times, Sunday Times, Irish Daily Mail, Evening Herald and Sunday Tribune and The Sunday Business Post. Harry originally from Patterson , New Jersey U.S. now based in Dublin…

Orban Wallace
Orban Wallace

Another News Story – Director / Producer – Official selection – IDFA, KVIFF, Zurich FF Gallivant Film London, United Kingdom. Wallace is the CEO and creative director at Gallivant Film. They produce music videos and branded content while pursuing the development of several feature projects.

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