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Ian Donegan

Ian Donegan

I crossed the Narrow Sea to do an MA in Magazine Journalism at City University London. Imagine an Irish accent when you read my stuff. Wasted my childhood watching movies and am now cashing in on it. Billy Zane is my spirit animal. Updates available @iandonegan
I crossed the Narrow Sea to do an MA in Magazine Journalism at City University London. Imagine an Irish accent when you read my stuff. Wasted my childhood watching movies and am now cashing in on it. Billy Zane is my spirit animal. Updates available @iandonegan


Articles by Ian Donegan

“Still Alice” and “Fish Tank” editor Nicolas Chaudeurge on his craft

By Ian Donegan June 9, 2016

Enjoying something of a hiatus but keeping an eye out for the next big project, Nicolas Chaudeurge, the editor of Still Alice and Fish Tank, tells The Spread about how he got into editing, how to succeed in it and his thoughts on the director’s cut phenomenon. “Cutting an Oscar-Winner with Acclaimed Editor Nicolas Chaudeurge […]

“Harry Potter” and “Casino Royale” sound editor Eddy Joseph to give “Bite-Size Course” at Cinema Jam

By Ian Donegan May 2, 2016

Veteran sound editor Eddy Joseph will give students in a Cinema Jam Short Course the benefit of his 40+ years in the business.  “Telling the Story Through Sound: From Batman to Bond with BAFTA-Winning Sound Editor Eddy Joseph” will be held at Cinema Jam HQ at Collective Temperance Hospital on Saturday May 28 and Sunday May 29, […]

Ian McKellen and Richard Loncraine on their new Shakespeare App

By Ian Donegan April 26, 2016

Heuristic Shakespeare is the new app by Sir Ian McKellen and director Richard Loncraine, celebrating the Bard’s 400-year anniversary. During the European renaissance, William Shakespeare produced works of literature so great that over 56 million students worldwide still study them today. April 23rd marked the 400th year anniversary of his death. In honour of the […]

George Watson talks photo project “People of 2016”

By Ian Donegan April 4, 2016

If you’ve managed to hold on to your New Year’s resolution so far and want some inspiration in order to keep it up, George Watson’s project “People of 2016” may be just what you need. Sunday, March 27th, 2016. It’s the 87th day of the year. Bet you didn’t know that. Documentary and filmmaker, George Watson […]

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