Creative talent recognised at Limerick Institute of Technology

first_imgRELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Facebook Limerick on Covid watch list TAGSachievementawardfilmlifestyleLimerick City and CountyLimerick Institute of TechnologyNews Award Winner, Mirian Gonzalez pictured with Cian Reinhardt.BROADCAST and film production students and staff at Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) put the full range of their talents on show at the LSAD Film & Media Showcase 19 in the Millenium Theatre on Thursday last.The day-long showcase celebrated the ingenuity, creativity, and intriguing work created by the students, before an awards ceremony capped off the evening.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The award for Best Documentary Film went to Mirian Gonzalez for her brilliantly researched film ‘Frank’s Ashes’.The LIT student said, “I read ‘Angela’s Ashes’ book when I was 15-years-old and in one way, I never forgot its story. When I visited ‘The Frank McCourt Museum’ last summer,  I discovered that they had no documentary about him and I was determined that his story had to be told.”Award winners on the evening:Winner of the Smarter Travel Campus Awards in Multimedia Video presented by Sadbh Hanley of Smarter travel Limerick went to Mark Bergin, Edward Hannon, & Ruth Barnes for their short “Counting Steps” This was a national competition coordinated by Sharon Daly of transport Ireland. A cleverly conceived short advert directly relatable and superbly executed. The judges on the Smarter Travel educating panel were extremely impresses by the quality and professional standard of the winning film.Winner of the award for Art Direction – Selected & presented by Michelle Brassil of Troy Studios went to Amerson Fortuanto for his film “Out of time”. The award was collected on the night by fellow “Out of time” production crew members & actors Saoirse O Connor & Eoin Leen. The film also picked up the Award for Cinematography from Shane Serano of Crude Media. An outstanding film created with great detail and beautiful cinematic accuracy. A first year student of Creative broadcast & Film Production, Amerson is a DOP to watch out for in the future.The Winner of the award for Motion Graphics & VFX – Selected & presented by Róisín Buckley of Piquant Media went to Sean Ó Donoghue for his film “IV” specifically for his excellent use of VFX in live action.The winner of the award for best Documentary film – Selected & presented by Cian Reinhard of The Limerick Post went to Marian Gonzalez for her brilliantly researched film “Franks Ashes”. A superbly presented piece of factual film making based on the working life of Frank McCourt.Winner of the best Original Sound Mix – Selected & presented by Louise Cantillon of Spin South West went to Mark Bergin for his Radio Drama “Quota”, a skilfully mixed, beautifully layered audio drama which we will hopefully hear across our airways very soon.Winner of the best Original Script – Selected & presented by Diarmuid McIntire of the HearSay International Audio Festival went to Nathan Campion for his film “Psychlical”, a wonderfully scripted exploration into the art of storytelling.Finally, the Richard Harris Award in Film Excellence – Selected & presented by Seb Moore went to Fiona Galvin and Adam Littlewood for their film “Caesar”, a deeply moving and touching tale of the beauty of friendship and reaching out in the face of the conformity. Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites WhatsApp Twittercenter_img Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Linkedin Advertisement Print EntertainmentFilmLifestyleNewsCreative talent recognised at Limerick Institute of TechnologyBy Staff Reporter – April 18, 2019 1361 Previous articleArmed response unit operating in BrureeNext articlePrima Volta live / DJ gig and a new essential compilation Staff Reporter Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possiblelast_img read more

De Gea vows to keep improving

first_img “I feel like I’m always improving and I want to make sure that continues as well.” United boss David Moyes has been among those hailing De Gea’s recent form, and the goalkeeper added: “It’s very important that the manager values your work and now it’s important to continue to play well and help the team. “I’m very happy the manager praised me but, for me, the journey doesn’t stop now – I want to keep earning praise and playing well for this team. “I play for my team-mates and I play for my manager but I also play for the fans. “When you win over a club’s fans, it’s a very proud moment. These are the people who pay money to come to watch you every week. “You owe it to them to play well and give your best, so it makes me extremely happy to hear the fans singing my name.” United, currently fifth in the Barclays Premier League table, are at Cardiff on Sunday. A considerable amount of criticism has been aimed at De Gea regarding his United performances since he joined the club from Atletico Madrid in 2011. But of late he has been earning widespread praise for his displays in a Red Devils shirt. And asked about his form this season, the 23-year-old Spaniard told Inside United: “I’m very happy with it. I feel like this is a particularly good moment in my career right now and I hope to continue in the same vein for some time to come. Press Associationcenter_img Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has vowed to keep improving after expressing his delight with his recent form.last_img read more