Marella Oppenheim is a freelance photojournalist. She worked as an actress for over 30 years, including appearing in Brideshead Revisited with Jeremy Irons. She has remained great friends with him.
Marella is now working on a long term project on ‘Actors Preparing’ and her prints are available for purchase on her website – www.marellaoppenheim.com
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On Thursday 7 July 2016, at the luxurious Edition Hotel in Central London, Academy Award® winner Jeremy Irons helped to officially launch Raindance’s ‘My Dinner With’ series. The veteran British actor hosted an exclusive charity dinner with seven special guests in support of The Independent Film Trust, raising funds that will enable the Trust to advance the cause of independent filmmaking in the UK.
The guests enjoyed a cocktail reception and a gourmet dinner prepared by the internationally renown and award-winning chef, Jason Atherton.
Read the blog post from Raindance.org
Photo via Raindance
Photo via Raindance
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Jeremy Irons is a patron of Sli Eile farm which offers a place where people experiencing mental health difficulties can find safety, acceptance and support to recover.
The Irish TV programme Cork County Matters visited Sli Eile and spoke with founder Joan Hamilton, farm manager John O’Connell and some of the residents of Sli Eile.
The Slí Eile’s Mission
The Sli`Eile farm offers a place where people experiencing mental health difficulties can find safety, acceptance and support to recover.
To provide housing and support services for people caught up in the revolving door of the psychiatric system.
Slì Eile’s approach is based on the belief that people have the capacity to recover their mental health, and that given support, understanding and time, they will discover their own way forward, for a new and better quality of life.
The Slí Eile’s approach to recovery through community living is to provide another way of supporting people to recover from their experience of mental distress.
- Creates an environment which fosters hope and instils belief that change is possible.
- Creates opportunities for individuals to participate actively in choices and decisions in their lives.
- Promotes the support of each individual in their recovery journey, employing a non-labelling and non-judgemental approach.
- Fosters an environment where individuals are respected and listened to.
Learn more at www.slieile.ie