iVenture Productions

 

The iVenture crew are enthusiastic and passionate. The iVenture mission is creative collaboration with unique perspective and vision in filmmaking. We work with the brightest filmmaking talent to deliver touching, emotional, engaging content.

We believe that communication has changed.  Films that tell personal, human stories are now the most effective way to emotionally connect with audiences.
Our films entertain as well as inform.

We believe in the power of storytelling and are passionate filmmakers.
We are named iVenture Productions, the ‘i’ stands for information and ‘Venture’ meaning “a risky, daring journey or undertaking” we feel this reflects our style of filmmaking, the documentaries we make often require a daring journey to capture a unique perspective on the world.  We strive to bring such perspective to every project we undertake. Our recent feature documentary, Hands on Tanzania has been a great success and will be playing on TV and at film festivals, The International Galway film fleadh and Sheffield Doc Fest, in Ireland and Internationally (stay tuned for more updates on the film).

 

ABOUT iVenture Productions
Marie Conboy Filmmaker/ Producer

Marie is a media professional with an edge. Professionally qualified with experience in design, digital media, documentary production, photography and in Journalism. Marie brings energy and a clear vision for quality documentary production and to the projects she has initiated. She recently produced documentary film ‘Hands on Tanzania’ to broadcast. She founded iVenture Productions to follow her passion for filmmaking, she also has a keen interest in human interest stories as a freelance journalist. Marie enjoys working together with creative and professional teams appropriate to a wide range of documentary films/video and multimedia productions for broadcast and other media distribution within Ireland and internationally.

Peadar Mitchell Filmmaker/ Director
Nominated for the UK skillset film award and with work recently broadcast on Sky, Peadar’s experience is in production. His production kit is state of the art, he shoots with high definition camcorders and is an expert with the steadicam. For Peadar, “Production is the most vital aspect of documentary film making, it ties all other aspects together and forms the product that is the documentary itself”. Holding an MA in Documentary film making, he has also worked in some of the toughest parts of the world (including the Niger Delta). In May 2012 he will travel to Africa to film his next production ‘The Great Maasai Eviction’ in adverse conditions, with very little work in studio or controlled conditions, he plans to work in high humidity, dusty, and windy environments where he can shoot and edit on site.

 

Contact: Marie Conboy
Address: Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim, Ireland
Tel: + 353 (0)86 0854074
Email: marie@iventureproductions.com
Web: www.iventureproductions.com
Blog: http://iventureproductions.blogspot.com
Video: iVenture on YouTube