Audio recording of the Arts Council Film Funding Clinic & Career Interview with film artist Tadhg O’Sullivan, hosted by AEMI
Published date: 07 Feb 2023
Audio recording of the Arts Council Film Funding Clinic & Career Interview with film artist Tadhg O’Sullivan, hosted by AEMI, on January 20th 2023 at Goethe-Institut, Dublin
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Free in-person presentation from the Arts Council on funding opportunities for film artists and career interview with filmmaker Tadhg O’Sullivan at the Goethe-Institut Ireland which took place from 12pm to 3pm on Friday January 20th 2023.
This free event gave invaluable insight into the Arts Council’s funding opportunities for film artists as well as a personal account from Tadhg O’Sullivan on how Arts Council support has enabled him to develop his career as a film artist.
Designed to provide film artists with comprehensive information about funding, this event hosted by aemi began with a presentation from Fionnuala Sweeney, Head of Film and Architecture at the Arts Council, on the funding opportunities offered by the Arts Council to support film artists. This was followed by a career interview with internationally acclaimed Irish film artist Tadhg O’Sullivan about the dynamic and significant role that mentorship, collaboration and Arts Council funding has played in the development of his career.
Biography, Tadhg O’Sullivan
Tadhg O’Sullivan is a film-maker, sound artist and writer. His films include the features To the Moon, The Great Wall, Yximalloo and the upcoming The Waves, The Sea. He has made numerous short films, moving-image works and radio programmes, including the on-going series for Lyric FM The Cloud of Unknowing. Alongside from his own practice he has collaborated widely with other artists and film-makers, as editor, sound designer, and most recently, as producer. In 2021 he was the Arts Council Film Artist in Residence at UCC. He is on the boards of Visual in Carlow and the Irish Film Institute.