Jeremy Irons Attends SCAD Lacoste Film Festival

Jeremy Irons was at the 2022 SCAD Lacoste Film Festival where he received the SCAD Etoile for Lifetime Achievement in Cinema.

The Festival took place from July 1-4, in Lacoste, France.

Press coverage:

Screen Daily

Filmmaker Magazine

Jeremy Irons to Participate in SCAD Guests & Gusto Virtual Event

Join SCAD President and Founder Paula Wallace and actor Jeremy Irons, on Tuesday 15 September 2020 at 11:00am EST (USA Eastern time zone), for a casual conversation on Irons’s lauded career, from his Shakespearean origins to his recent indie features, as well as a new film and his advice for aspiring thespians.

Irons has graced stage and screen across nearly five decades. From his moody turn as Charles Ryder in Brideshead Revisited, to voicing Scar in The Lion King, to mesmerizing as Adrian Veidt a.k.a. Ozymandias in Watchmen, Irons has wowed audiences with each of his generation-defining roles.

Tune in to the SCAD virtual series Guests and Gusto for conversations and content with leading cultural voices. Meet the creators and innovators remaking creative industries and get essential insight to guide your career in art, design, and entertainment.

This event is open to the public.

Those wishing to attend virtually must pre-register for access:

The highly anticipated conversation with Jeremy Irons will be released as part of Paula Wallace’s On Creativity podcast, which is available on Apple podcasts or Spotify.

Jeremy Irons at SCAD Commencement 2019

Jeremy Irons was a special guest speaker at the Savannah College of Art and Design’s 2019 Spring Commencement, on Friday 31 May.

Jeremy was in Georgia filming Watchmen for HBO and was able to travel to Savannah to attend commencement (and do a little shopping and sight-seeing).

Jeremy Irons at the Savannah Film Festival

Jeremy Irons received a Lifetime Achievement Award at 16th Annual Savannah Film Festival

SAVANNAH, Georgia—Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons received a Lifetime Achievement Award on Monday, Oct. 28, at the 16th annual Savannah Film Festival, hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design and running Oct. 26–Nov. 2.

Irons also participated in a Q-and-A after a special screening of Adrian Lyne’s 1997 adaptation of Vladimir Navokov’s novel, “Lolita,” in which he starred alongside Melanie Griffith and Frank Langella.

Listen to a 31 minute audio clip of the Q&A after the screening of Lolita:

Audio Source

Jeremy participated in a Q-and-A after a screening of his environmental docmentary Trashed.

Jeremy also led a discussion at the Clarence Thomas Center Chapel for the Historic Preservation Society, at 11:00am on Tuesday 29 October 2013, to discuss restoring Kilcoe Castle.

Savannah Film Fest: Jeremy Irons Talks His Career, State Of The Industry, Which Film Deserves More Appreciation & More – from Indiewire

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