THE CRAFT OF MAKE-UP
AN INSIGHT INTO THE CRAFT & CAREERS OF iRELAND'S SCREEN MAKE-UP DESIGNERS
29 September, 7.30pm
The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1
(LUAS Red Line to Point Village)
All seating is unreserved
+ 353 1 6624120
With thanks to M•A•C Cosmetics
View images from this event in the IFTA Gallery
The Irish Film and Television Academy, in association with M•A•C Cosmeticsis delighted to announce details of our annual Craft of Make-up event.
This Annual Make-Up Event, hosted as part of the Academy's year round learning activities, is
dedicated to the work of two nominated and award-winning IFTA Members in the Academy's
Make-Up and Hair Design category. This panel of experts will discuss their individual screen work –
giving a rare opportunity for guests to gain an insight into the Craft of Make-Up.
The event will be hosted by IFTA Member and broadcaster Karen Koster.
Linda Mooney’s career as a make-up artist has seen her work both in Ireland and across Europe on a variety of productions such as The Daisy Chain, The Mighty Celt, Baby of Macon, This Is The Sea, My Friend Joe, D’Artagnan, RAW and numerous German Productions. In 2003, Linda shared the Irish Film & Television Award for Best Make-Up and Hair with her collaboration partner Carole Dunne for their work on the TV Movie Watermelon and picked up her
second nomination in 2004 for Paddy Breathnach’s comedy feature Man About Dog. Recently, she worked on Ciaran Foy’s debut feature Citadel.
Jennifer was key make-up artist on The Tudors, for which she won an IFTA in 2008 (along with Dee Corcoran). Other television projects she has worked on include Hide and Seek, Omagh, Ballykissangel and David Copperfield. Her film credits include Harry Potter, War Horse, Lassie, The Honeymooners, Saving Private Ryan, Dancing at Lughnasa and In the Name of the Father.
There will be a pre-event drinks reception which will be followed by the Craft of Make-Up panel discussion.