Digital Biscuit returns to Dublin for 2015, set on showcasing the crossovers between film and technology in a three day event from the 28th to the 30th of January 2015.
The full programme was just confirmed yesterday and we're very excited to announce that David Chase will be in town for the event. Best known as the creator of HBO's incredibly successful show The Sopranos, Chase has had a TV career which has stretched over 40 years, working on everything from The Rockford Files to his feature debut Not Fade Away in 2012.
Chase will talk about his long and storied career as a director, writer and producer at the event, where he'll be joined by inventive filmmaker Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Irish director Dearbhla Walsh (the recent Esio Trott) and Bruno Delbonnell, the cinematographer behind gorgeous productions like Amelie.
In addition, the event will kick off on the 28th of January at 8pm with a special screening of Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice – which looks totally batty and is based on a book by Thomas Pynchon, so it probably is.
Michele Gondry’s Is the Man who is Tall Happy? will also be screened and there will be a presentation of the Oculus Rift film The Doghouse as well as plenty of industry talks which are designed to find new ways of collaborating between filmmakers and creative sorts in Ireland and beyond.
Find the full list of speakers and plenty more information at the official Digital Biscuit site.
Digital Biscuit runs at the Science Gallery in Trinity College Dublin from the 28th to the 30th of January 2015.