New Judge for Waterford International Film Festival
Waterford International Film Festival Celebrates 17 Years
The Waterford International Film Festival are thrilled to announce that accomplished American writer Bill Barich will be joining the festival as a guest judge for the 17th Waterford International Film Festival’s short script competition, alongside respected writer John R. Perrotta.
Bill Barich is the author of a dozen books, including two about Ireland: “A Pint of Plain” and “A Fine Place to Daydream.” He has written for The New Yorker and worked as a scriptwriter for “NYPD Blue” (ABC-TV) and “Luck” (HBO). He currently resides in Dublin.
“We are absolutely delighted and thankful that Bill will be joining John as guest judges for this year’s short script competition and we look forward to receiving their valuable insights,” said Festival Director, Stephen Byrne.
John R. Perrotta, a respected writer and contributor to HBO’s “Luck,” is also part of the festival’s judging panel for the script contest. His notable works include books such as “RACETRACKER…life with Grifters and Gamblers” and “IF WISHES WERE HORSES.
The Waterford International Film Festival is a celebration of filmmakers and artists from around the world. This year’s festival will feature in-person events from November 24th to 26th at the House of Waterford Crystal. The online version of the festival will run from November 20th to 26th and will be hosted by filmocracy.com.
As the festival showcases talent from across the globe, both local residents and visiting guests will be treated to an immersive experience surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of Waterford Crystal’s masterpieces.
A full program of this year’s events, including ticket information, will be available on the festival’s site at the end of October. www.waterfordfilmfestival.net
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