Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music Visiting Guest Series Continues with Éamon Little Speaking about Sound in Film.

28 February 2017

The Department of Creative Arts, Media and Music Visiting Guest Series continues on Thursday 2nd March at 3pm in P1081 with a workshop by filmmaker, radio documentary maker and screenwriter Éamon Little on ‘Sound in Film’.

Éamon Little

Éamon’s feature film documentaries include Living Colour (2011), Red Mist (2007 - adapted from Conor O'Callaghan’s eponymous book and nominated for an IFTA Award), and he co-directed An Domhnach in Éireann (2005). Short documentary films include Camphill - The Essence from Within (2009), Nimble Spaces - An Introduction (2013) and Nimble Spaces - Inclusive Neighbourhoods (2016). He has made three short fiction films: Quickfix (1996), Nobody Home (2002) and Neighbourhood Watch (2010) and has a number of feature film screenplays in development.

For radio he has made the documentaries A Backwards Glance at the Ballroom of Romance (RTÉ, 2012), All Those Names for the Mystery of Love (Lyric Feature, 2014), My Mind Was a Stranger (Newstalk, 2016) and his latest documentary, If the Stick Dances, a journey into the life of a violin bow, was broadcast as The Lyric Feature on December 16, 2016.

Éamon has recorded and designed sound for all his own films and many other documentaries, including Oileán Thoraí (2002), John McGahern – A Private World (2005) and he recorded sound on the feature film Silence (2013) – all films by Pat Collins.

He has three feature screenplays in development, In a Far Country, an adaptation from Jack London stories of the Klondike Gold Rush, The Pornographer, an adaptation of John McGahern's eponymous novel, and Missing Persons, a modern day road movie.

All are welcome.