Filmmaker / Journalist
Ballymahon native Don Duncan is a filmmaker, journalist and a Lecturer in Broadcast Production at Queen's University Belfast.
He has made both fiction and non-fiction films in France, Lebanon and Belgium. His most recent short film “A Sign,” has screened at over thirty festivals worldwide and aired on RTÉ in 2016.
In his journalism, Don focuses on culture, politics, language and identity as well as the political and cultural dynamics in pre and post conflict situations. While a freelance foreign correspondent based in Beirut, he covered the revolutions in Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and the beginning of the war in Syria.
He is now based in Dublin where he is developing a bilingual (Irish/English) narrative radio project.
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