International Audio Arts Festival

April 4th-7th 2019

Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, Ireland

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The HearSay Audio Prize 2014  - Judges

In keeping with the spirit of HearSay - the 2014 HearSay Prize Judges are international and drawn from a wide range of audio disciplines

 

Kevin Brew (IRL) Award-winning Producer with RTÉ Radio 1 Drama On One

La Cosa Preziosa (ITA) Prize winning Sound Artist & Field Recordist

Nina Garthwaite (UK) Founder of In the Dark

Cristín Leach Hughes (IRL) Sunday Times Art Critic

Alan Hall (UK)  Winner of Prix Europa & Prix Italia for Radio

Diarmuid McIntyre (IRL)  HearSay Festival Director and award winning audio producer

Paolo Pietropaolo (CAN)  Peabody Award Winning Producer & two time Prix Italia Broadcaster & Composer

Mary McDonnell (IRL) Award winning radio producer

Connor Walsh (IRL/NL) In the Dark & Field Recordist  

Mairead O'Connor (IRL) - Multi-Award Winner Radio

Nick Ryan (UK) - BAFTA Winning Composer & Sound Designer

Helen Keen (UK) - Presenter of BBC Radio 4's It Is Rocket Science & comedian

 

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HearSay Prize 2014  AWARDS

 

Overall Winner

The HearSay Audio Prize 2014  A Cash prize of 2,500 Euro (equivalent to 3500 US Dollars in March 2014) for the winner plus accommodation and participation in the HearSay International Audio Arts Festival 2014 awarded to the most outstanding entry.

 

FIVE category awards for entries other than the overall winner:

 

The HearSay Across the Waves Award - Flights to Ireland for one person from anywhere in the world to the HearSay 2014 Audio Arts Festival  Kilfinane, Ireland plus accommodation and participation in the HearSay Audio for the festival for the best (non-overall winner) entry from persons normally resident outside the island of Ireland.

 

The HearSay Ballyhoura Award  – 500 Euros cash prize plus accommodation and participation in the HearSay Festival 2014 for the non-overall winner) entry from persons normally resident on the island of Ireland.

 

The HearSay Student Award  – 250 Euros cash prize plus accommodation and participation in the HearSay Festival 2014 awarded to the strongest entry from people under the age of 21 by November 20th  2014 or in full-time education of any age.

 

The HearSay Story Award – 250 Euros cash prize plus accommodation and participation in the HearSay Festival 2014 for the best entry with a great story brilliantly told regardless of format.

 

The HearSay JawDrop Award - 250 Euros plus accommodation and participation in the HearSay Festival 2014 for the audio moment or sequence that stuns or thrills the judges ears.

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