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Screen Work in the 21st Century: Access, Equality, and ‘Creative Justice’

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Screen Work in the 21st Century: Access, Equality, and ‘Creative Justice’ is a symposium organised by the School of Creative Arts and sponsored by the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and the Irish Research Council and hosted by Trinity Long Room Hub, featuring Irish actor Aidan Gillan.

 

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Screen Work in the 21st Century: Access, Equality, and ‘Creative Justice’

Fri, 30 September 2022 from 09:00 – 13:00

Schedule

9:00 AM | Panel 1

Mark Banks (University of Glasgow) | Creative Justice in Society and Screen

Denis Murphy (Trinity College Dublin) | Good work? Screen funding and quality employment

Maria O’Brien (Queens University Belfast) | Identifying the values in the Irish digital games sector: what we learn from the proposed digital games tax credit

Chair: Ruth Barton, Trinity College Dublin

 

10:50 AM | Coffee break

 

11:10 AM | Panel 2

Aidan Gillen | Screen and stage actor

Clare Muffly | Industrial Relations Manager, Screen Producers Ireland

Jessica Drum | CEO, Screen Guilds Ireland

Martin Mannion | Industrial Organiser, SIPTU

Chair: Roddy Flynn, Dublin City University

An informal discussion on working conditions on local and international screen productions, including the role of representative organisations for producers and screen workers.

 

Both sessions will be followed by a Q&A and general discussion.

The event is sponsored by the Irish Research Council and the Faculty of Arts, History and Social Sciences, Trinity College Dublin.


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