Future Screens NI presents

Future Tuesdays presents Turf

Location: Ormeau Baths
Streaming: 12:00 GMT, Tuesday 14 December 2021

Future Screen NI’s project showcase Future Tuesdays will host Belfast filmmaker Ara Devine’s Louth International Film Festival Winner of Best Short Fiction film, Turf. The film follows the story of a Derryman and a Syrian asylum seeker over the course of a day working on a bog with a complicated journey across the Irish border. Ara’s film was funded in part by Future Screen NI’s Future Creatives award. Join us on Tuesday as Ara will discuss his film with writer and director of cinematic VR, Dee Harvey.

 


Featuring

Ara Devine is an artist, filmmaker and PhD researcher at Belfast School of Art, Ulster University. He is a graduate of Fine Art Media and Visual Culture from the National College of Art and Design. In 2017 his film The Irish Question was shortlisted for the RDS Visual Art Awards. In October 21, Turf was awarded Louth International Film Festival Winner of Best Short Fiction.

Dee Harvey is a feature film-director, writer, and creator of the virtual reality film IF and Heartbeat. Dee is a writer-director specialising in immersive storytelling and cinematic VR. She is currently completing her Future Screens NI’s Future Fellowship with University of Ulster's Screen Academy and Queen's School of Arts.

Future Tuesdays presents Turf

 
Turf


Future Screens NI presents

Future Tuesdays presents Turf

Location: Ormeau Baths
Streaming: 12:00 GMT, Tuesday 14 December 2021

Future Screen NI’s project showcase Future Tuesdays will host Belfast filmmaker Ara Devine’s Louth International Film Festival Winner of Best Short Fiction film, Turf. The film follows the story of a Derryman and a Syrian asylum seeker over the course of a day working on a bog with a complicated journey across the Irish border. Ara’s film was funded in part by Future Screen NI’s Future Creatives award. Join us on Tuesday as Ara will discuss his film with writer and director of cinematic VR, Dee Harvey.

 


Featuring

Ara Devine is an artist, filmmaker and PhD researcher at Belfast School of Art, Ulster University. He is a graduate of Fine Art Media and Visual Culture from the National College of Art and Design. In 2017 his film The Irish Question was shortlisted for the RDS Visual Art Awards. In October 21, Turf was awarded Louth International Film Festival Winner of Best Short Fiction.

Dee Harvey is a feature film-director, writer, and creator of the virtual reality film IF and Heartbeat. Dee is a writer-director specialising in immersive storytelling and cinematic VR. She is currently completing her Future Screens NI’s Future Fellowship with University of Ulster's Screen Academy and Queen's School of Arts.

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