SETU graduates feature in the Fastnet Film Festival
A talented, emerging group of filmmakers from the Higher Diploma in Television and Media Production at South East Technological University and Nemeton TV featured in this year’s Fastnet Film Festival. These exciting new documentaries and dramas had a chance to reach new audiences at this acclaimed festival in Schull, and one former student (and now Nemeton employee) Fiona Ní Chiardha won the award for the Best Irish Language Film.
Cian Cusack, a native of Waterford and an accomplished musician wrote, directed and produced this thought provoking documentary. The documentary titled Amharclann na nDaoine focuses on “The Theatre…
The Class of 2022 Premiere Their Films
It’s hard to believe the term has come to an end for the Higher Diploma in Television and Media Production Class of 2022. The talented emerging filmmakers at Nemeton TV and South East Technological University premiered their films on the 11th of May in Dungarvan’s Cinema.
Once again, there was a fascinating range of compelling films on show. Some of the films have already won awards while others will soon be showing in festivals around the country and on TG4.
An Rinn director Seanie McCraith focuses on a local story in his moving documentary An t-Ancaire (The Anchor). In 1912, the Marechal de Noailles ship sank off the Waterford…
Nemeton Spotlight Feature: Brian Tyers
In this week’s Nemeton Spotlight Feature, Brian Tyers tells us about working as a commentator on GAA BEO on TG4.
De ghnáth bainim ionad an chluiche amach timpeall 3 uair a’chloig roimh thús an chluiche. Caithim tamailín ag caint le daoine éagsúla sa chriú agus labhraim le daoine éagsúla - lucht na páirce/tacathóirí/backroom teams na bhfóirne…..faigheann tú alán eolais ós na daoine seo! Usually I’m at the venue three hours before the game starts. I spent a bit of time talking to different crew members and also various others like the groundsmen, sponsors and backroom teams – you get a lot of info from…
Nemeton Spotlight Feature: Mickey Bird
In this week’s Nemeton Spotlight Feature we chat to our #GAABEO floor manager Mickey Bird about his role working on the games.
Tá mé i mo Bhainisteoir Urláir ar feadh ceithre bliana le haghaidh Nemeton. Is é mo ról mar nasc idir an truck agus an taobh líne. Tosaíonn mo lá amach go luath agus go hiondúil táim sa gcarr ag taisteal ar feadh cúpla uair chuig an cluiche. My day starts early and I’m usually in the car driving for a few hours to the game. As soon as I land, I have a chat with the director and the producer. I then look for the county PRO and the stadium announcer to ensure that we’re all on the same page…
Nemeton Spotlight Feature: Miriam Fitzsimons
This week in our Spotlight Feature series we chat to Donegal native Miriam Fitzsimons who works as a producer here at NemetonTV.
Thosaigh mé ag obair anseo ag tús mhí Dheireadh Fómhair, 2021. I started working in Nemeton TV in October 2021. I had been working in RTÉ Sport for a few years before that so I’m here about 8 months now producing on GAA BEO and really enjoying it.
It’s hard to describe a typical day because the great thing about this job is there’s always something different happening. I spend my weekdays preparing a running order for whatever match I’m covering at the weekend, liaising with commentators…
Did you know: We started out nearly 30 years ago?
Did you know that Nemeton TV started out in a small temporary office with a microphone and one computer nearly 30 years ago in An Rinn, Co. Waterford?
Founded by Irial Mac Murchú in 1993, Nemeton TV is one of Ireland’s largest independent production companies.
Our television production company has grown from a one-man show to employing almost 50 full-time staff and we transmit our high quality programming to audiences all around the world.
We now have a fully equipped HD studio, six edit suites, a graphics department, live streaming facilities, sound facilities and mobile satellite facilities.
We have an impressive client list…