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19th Annual Meeting of Directors 20th May 2022

February 21, 2022

The Screen Directors Guild of Ireland’s 19th Annual Meeting of Directors will take place on Friday 20th May 2022 from 10.30am in the MOLI Museum, 86 St Stephen’s Green Dublin 2. Susanne Bier is our Honorary Guest this year and will receive Honorary Membership of The Screen Directors Guild of Ireland and join directors in dialogue with…

The Screen Directors Guild of Ireland’s 19th Annual Meeting of Directors will take place on Friday 20th May 2022 from 10.30am in the MOLI Museum, 86 St Stephen’s Green Dublin 2.

Susanne Bier is our Honorary Guest this year and will receive Honorary Membership of The Screen Directors Guild of Ireland and join directors in dialogue with Dearbhla Walsh and presentation from Neasa Hardiman.

Chairman Maurice Sweeney will Chair the meeting and there will be a Director’s Rights  presentation from Barrister at Law, David Sweeney.

After being physically apart for a long time we look forward to coming together and updating you on SDGI’s work over the past year, as well as sharing plans and thoughts on how we will overcome the challenges that lie ahead for Irish screen directors.

Directors will be able to connect with their peers, welcome new members over a sandwich, tea, and coffee, and to update their professional head-shot – on us from John Murray headshots.

We would love to see you on the day! Please email us at hello@sdgi.ie to confirm you are coming.

2022 NOMINATIONS

In accordance with the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland, two directors will step down and put themselves forward to be re-elected to the board. Should you wish to make a nomination, you can find relevant documentation here – Nomination Form 2022 All members welcome to nominate any member with their consent.

VENUE 

This year we are in The Museum of Literature Ireland, which reflects the high standard of excellence in storytelling, a great place to celebrate the creativity and talent of our members. Venue Map MoLI is located about 2 minutes’ walk from the St Stephen’s Green Luas stop, on the south side of the Green (away from Grafton Street). There are two DublinBikes stations right across the street from MoLI and on-street bicycle parking nearby. Bus routes, including 7, 11, 15, 16, 39A, 44, 46A, 140, 145 and 155. The nearest parking point is Q Park St Stephen’s Green Carpark Map

More details and documents to follow. This will not be live streamed so we encourage you to join us!

Date: Friday 20th May, 2022

Time: 10.30am -3pm

From 3pm Haritgans Bar, Leeson St.

Location: MOLI Museum, 86 St Stephen’s Green Dublin 2.

Lunch & Headshots: 10.30am – Please arrive early to guarantee your professional headshot taken before the AGM starts at 11.15am. All attendees will have free access to MOLI Museum on the day if you would like to arrive early or visit in the afternoon.

 

The SDGI AGM is strictly for Members of the Screen Directors Guild of Ireland and invited guests. Parts of the SDGI AGM may be recorded. Personal recording of the event is prohibited and the Chatham House Rule applies. Participation or mention of any company or product at the Annual Meeting of Directors does not constitute endorsement or recommendation by SDGI.

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