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Round 4: New Beginnings

Hosted by: Nicole Delarge

Postponed - February 12th 2024


Shane Kelleher

Shane Kelleher studied filmmaking in Ireland at Cork College of FET for 2 years. From there he was offered the

opportunity to study in the UK, at BIMM Film and Screen School Brighton, where he completed his filmmaking

top-up degree. Throughout his studies, he has grown a fondness for writing and directing. He has written and

directed multiple short films, music videos, and promos.




Adam Barry-Murphy

Adam Barry-Murphy makes movies.



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Geraldine Boyle


Geraldine Boyle is a Producer / Director from Belfast who has acquired over forty broadcast credits since beginning her career in the film and television industry in 2013. Working with the BBC for eight years across the Belfast and London branches, it was during Covid that she decided to return to Ireland to pursue her passion for storytelling.


With a BA in Photography and Masters in Film and Screen Media, Geraldine collaborated with Oscar winning Producer David Puttnam as a UCC Puttnam Scholar in 2020.


In 2021, Geraldine was the recipient of the Arts Council Agility Award in film, creating a short experimental piece titled Time is Ticking, shot entirely with Super 8 film. She has directed multiple short films over the last few years, having her work selected at four different Irish Film Festivals. 


Her desire for continued improvement and high production values has led her to shadow-direct two episodes of the 2023 BBC Drama The Woman in the Wall, starring Ruth Wilson and Daryl McCormack. Most recently she has produced several documentaries with Virgin Media Television, covering sensitive topics from the world of current affairs.



Round 4 - Jan 24
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