A one-day boutique conference for documentary makers, media producers, and researchers in science and technology.
Interested or already working in documentary, radio, TV, filmmaking, animation, theatre, digital media, science communication or factual storytelling?
From getting an initial idea funded to Oscar & Emmy nominations you will meet funders, commissioning editors and broadcasters while also meeting the producers and directors behind the scenes to explore how stories are crafted across multiple creative mediums.
Speakers include Oscar Nominated Jim Capobianco (Ratatouille, Leonardo, The Lion King, Mary Poppins Returns, The Inventor ), Emmy nominated Helen Matsos (producer of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk Radio), meet the team at Theatre-Rites (Animating the Brain theatre residency at Great Ormond Street Hospital), along with National Geographic Explorers M Jackson (Arctic & Climate Change), and TH Culhane (Solar Cities).
Interested in crafting the stories of the future in science, technology, and nature? Join us at Future/Story as part of The Festival of Curiosity, Dublin’s annual international festival of science, arts, design & technology. July 19-22, 2018
WHERE & WHEN
Friday, July 20th
Smock Alley Theatre
09.00 – 16.30
Day Ticket: €65
Student Ticket: €20
Emmy Nominated Producer, StarTalk Radio with Neil de Grasse Tyson, Playing for Science.
Oscar Nominated Writer of Disney Pixar’s Ratatouille.
Dr. M Jackson
National Geographic Explorer, Arctic Exploration & Climate Change.
VP & General Manager, The Walt Disney Studios Ireland.
Prof. Linda Doyle
Dean of Research, TCD.
National Geographic Explorer.
Interim Director of Innovation and Education, SFI
Curator of The TheatreRites ‘Animating The Brain’ Residency, Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Executive Producer Theatre Rites, Animating the Brain.
Communications, Creative Ireland
Producer and Director, Crossing the Line
Producer, New Decade TV & Film
Dr. Abraham Campbell
Computer Science Assistant Professor, University College Dublin (UCD).
Managing Director, VRAI
Head of Irish-language programmes, Education and Science & Interim Head of children’s content, RTÉ
Dr. Claire O’Connell
Journailst and Future/Story MC.