Glenealy Film Project have announced that a special screening will take place at Glenealy Village Hall on the evening of Thursday 12th May at 7.30pm. “The Final Cut” by Glenealy Film is a media event to mark the culmination of eight months’ work from the students at Glenealy Training and Development Centre. Glenealy Film is the collective name for the students soon to receive their BTEC diplomas in Creative Media Production. This internationally recognised diploma is a skills base course of study aimed to prepare students for careers in the creative media and film sectors.
The event will be a screening of the students’ diverse body of work since last September including a nature documentary with a very local twist, a thought-provoking short film shot on location in Ashford and a music video featuring a young emerging local artist as well as individual projects from the participants.
The students are looking forward to sharing their work for the first time with an audience of friends and supporters, tutors, funding bodies and members of the community at large. Light refreshments will be provided to encourage lively discussion after the screening. This is an invite only event and if anyone is interested in attending they should email firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Tuesday 10th May to secure a seat at the screening.
Glenealy IT Centre is a well-established community learning hub. It coordinates and delivers a range of training courses including the internationally recognised BTEC Pearson Diploma in Creative Media Production which aims to provide students with the skills to find employment in the creative media and film sectors. This course is delivered through a collaboration of Glenealy IT Centre, The New Media Institute and the partners and funders DSP and County Wicklow Partnership (CWP SICAP).