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Daniel Fitzpatrick
Manhunter Michael Mann

Daniel Fitzpatrick is currently a PHD student with the DAH (Digital Arts & Humanities) programme. His research looks to cinema at a point of significant transition and transformation, as it comes to terms with an increasingly digital dominant future. More particularly his work considers the expanded meeting points between the avant-garde, experimental film and artist’s cinema with a particular interest in strategic responses to cinema’s shifting ontologies. Daniel served as Festival Director with Killruddery Film Festival for several years, an annual repertory film event that was dedicated to ‘lost, overlooked and forgotten cinema’, collaborating there with the Oscar winning film historian Kevin Brownlow. In addition he regularly curates film programmes, is a lecturer a writer, and a member of the curatorial committee of the Experimental Film Club (EFC). In 2011 he established 'Hollywood Babylon', a midnight movie club/pop-up cinema now running monthly events at the Light House Cinema. Daniel has published on a variety of subjects including the impact of technological transformation on the cinema, the relationship between the train and the cinema, and avant-garde cinemas generally.

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Image: Still from Manhunter, Michael Mann

David Beattie

Robert Blake

Cormac Browne

Jessica Conway

The Crepe Crypt

Simon Cummins

Daniel Fitzpatrick

Jane Fogarty

Gemma Gore

Paul Hallahan

Sarah Forrest & Virginia Hutchison

Dragana Jurisic

Katyayani's Vegetarian Food

Marion Kelly

Kevin Kirwan

Serena Lee

Jonathan Mayhew

Luke McCreadie

Rob Murphy

Oisin O'Brien

Liam O'Callaghan

Helena O’Connor

Michael O'Rourke

Seoidin O'Sullivan

Lucy Pawlak

Susana Pedrosa

Alan Phelan

Pm

Eoghan Ryan

RGKSKSRG

Tim Stott

Senjia Topcic

Matías Vértiz

Marysia Wieckiewicz

  We would like to acknowledge the generous support of Monster Truck Gallery and Studios, Temple Bar Gallery and Studios and Fire Station Artists' Studios.