For the 4th outing of the season, the ICCCTO Brian Dolan Memorial Golf and Social Society will support the 7th Annual Eamonn O’Loghlin Memorial Golf Gathering.
PLEASE NOTE TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
This society plays throughout the summer. Join us on August 24th for our 3rd outing. Contact Captain Rory O’Donovan:
$75 per person
$750 table of 10
Please direct ticket & table reservations to Angela O’Muiri:
Hashim Chaudhry, Managing Partner BG Accounting and Business Solutions, will speak to the federal and provincial COVID-19 support programs for businesses and take your questions. Neil Cooney, Country Manager/SVP Canada, Enterprise Ireland and Michael Barton, Regional Director Canada, Invest Northern Ireland will join us to discuss the Irish response.
Email email@example.com to secure your spot. You will then, a day before the event, receive an email invitation with the login details.
Keynote: Joana Vicente Executive Director/Co-Head of The Toronto International Film Festival.
In advance: Watch Capernaum (Executive Producer Joana Vicente) on Netflix.
Thursday May 28th 5PM: pour a glass of wine and join us as Ms. Vicente walks us through her film and her journey to TIFF.
Advanced registration required–here.
Joana Vicente is the Executive Director and the Co-Head of the Toronto International Film Festival. She previously served as the Executive Director of the Independent Filmmaker Project and the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. IFP is the oldest and largest nonprofit organization for independent storytellers in the U.S.
Vicente is an Academy Award-nominated producer of over 40 feature films by such acclaimed directors as Jim Jarmusch, Brian De Palma, Steven Soderbergh, Miguel Arteta, Hal Hartley, Nicole Holofcener, Alex Gibney, and Todd Solondz. Throughout her career, she has produced innovative works by first-time filmmakers while championing the distinctive visions of established directors, ranging from auteur-driven projects to successful commercial box-office hits as well as award-winning theatrical documentaries. Vicente’s films have been selected to and won awards at the Sundance Film Festival, the Berlin International Film Festival, The Cannes International Film Festival, and the Venice International Film festival, including two Sundance Grand Jury Prizes and Venice’s Silver Lion for Best Director. Her films have also been nominated for over 25 Independent Spirit awards.
Joana Vicente is also recognized as a leading figure of the digital film revolution. Her pioneering digital production companies Blow Up Pictures and HDNetFilms, which she launched with partners Jason Kliot, Mark Cuban, and Todd Wagner, ushered in a new era of digital filmmaking which radically transformed the landscape of American independent film production and distribution.
Before turning her attention to film, Vicente served as a press attaché for the Portuguese delegate to the European Parliament and a radio news producer for the United Nations.