The Arts Department of Wexford County Council Congratulates County Wexford filmmaker Terence White

Garrett Keogh in a scene from Capture

The Arts Department of Wexford County Council congratulates Terence White on the news of the selection of two of his short films for this year’s Indie Cork Film Festival

Both films have been supported by bursaries from the Arts Department of Wexford County Council, ArtLinks and the Arts Council.  Terence received an Artlinks Bursary award from the Arts Department to make his short Waves. The contemporary dance film was shot on Curracloe Beach and was choreographed and performed by Wexford-based Deirdre Grant.

The second film selected for Indie Cork is Capture. The short drama stars actor Garrret Keogh and was funded through Wexford County Council’s Artist in the Community Scheme. Terence has also been asked to present the films as part of Indie Cork’s education programme.

As well as making his own films, Terence develops and manages County Wexford Youth Film Project. The youth project, which trains people in the art of filmmaking is based in New Ross.

For more information about  the Artist in the Community Scheme contact the Arts Department on (053) 9196441 or email