The Light House CinemaThe Light House Cinema is Dublin's newest Art House Cinema, based in Smithfield, Dublin 7. The Light House has been a supporter of the ICCL Human Rights Film Awards since 2009, and has hosted our Galas in 2009, 2010 and 2012. We are delighted to return to the Light House in summer 2013 for our fifth annual Gala Screening.
FilmbaseFilmbase is a not-for-profit resource centre for filmmakers; a public space where filmmakers can network, hire filmmaking equipment, take training courses and receive support and information about working within the Irish film industry. http://www.filmbase.ie/
Windmill LaneWindmill Lane Ltd is the largest and longest established integrated film and television post production company in Ireland.
NUI Galway Irish Centre for Human RightsThe Irish Centre for Human Rights is one of the world’s premier university-based institutions for the study and promotion of human rights and humanitarian law. Since its establishment in January 2000, the Centre has developed a global reputation for excellence in the field of human rights. It is also home to the Huston School of Film & Digital Media, which hosts the Summer School in Cinema, Human Rights and Advocacy, which was attended by the winners of our 2010 and 2011 Awards. In addition to this course, NUIG also runs two related MA programmes: MA in Public Advocacy and Activism at the Huston School, and MA in Human Rights at the Irish Centre for Human Rights.
RTÉ Young People's Programming and Two Tube
The Human Rights in Under a Minute Challenge - the youth-focussed branch of the ICCL Human Rights Film Awards - is brought to you in association with, and with the invaluable support of RTÉ Young People's Programming and Two Tube.
Corporate Audio Visual ServicesCAVS is one of Europe's leading AV hire companies. Headquartered in Ireland, it has provided invaluable support to the ICCL Human Rights Film Awards since the competition was first launched in December 2008.
Hotel MeyrickHotel Meyrick of Eyre Square, Galway have joined us as the kind sponsors of accommodation for our Grand Prize winner in 2012.
Irish Film Classification Office (IFCO)IFCO, a statutory body first established in 1923, is responsible for examining and certifying all cinema films and videos/DVDs distributed in Ireland. The ICCL is grateful for their ongoing support of the Human Rights Film Awards.
DID ElectricalThe ICCL would like to thank DID Electrical for its very kind donation of a top-of-the-range high definition digital camcorder and tripod, which will go to the lucky winner of our Human Rights in Under a Minute Challenge.
The Irish Council for Civil LibertiesThe Irish Council for Civil Liberties (An Chomhairle um Chearta Daonna) is the leading independent, non-governmental membership organisation working to defend and promote human rights and civil liberties in Ireland.
ICCL Human Rights Film Awards would like to thank the following for their ongoing support:
Irish Council for Civil Liberties, 9-13 Blackhall Place, Dublin 7. Ph: 01 799 4504 Email: email@example.com