Dan Ireland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Daniel Frederick Ireland (May 11, 1949 – April 14, 2016) was an American-Canadian film producer and director. He was the co-founder of the Seattle International Film Festival. Contents 1 Biography 2 Filmography 3 References 4 External links Biography
Dan Ireland began his career in 1976 by co-founding (with Darryl Macdonald) and running the Seattle International Film Festival from 1975-1986. Both Ireland and Macdonald immigrated from Vancouver in their late teens to take on the task of creating the festival, and opening a first run art theatre, The Egyptian. During his tenure he was ...
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Dan Ireland Title Head Coach Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 215-951-1992 Dan Ireland spent three years at La Salle, where he won both a men's and women’s Atlantic 10 Cross Country Championship, was named A-10 Coach of the Year for both men and women’s cross country, and coached individuals to great successes in indoor and outdoor track and field.
Apr 15, 2016 · April 15, 2016 2:15pm YouTube Dan Ireland, cofounder of the Seattle International Film Festival, former acquisitions exec at Vestron Pictures, and film director who gave both Jessica Chastain and...
We must hold on to the people and the places that made this town what it was. So anybody who loves film in Seattle should pause to consider the contribution of Dan Ireland, who died on April 14 in Los Angeles. Dan and Darryl Macdonald came down from Vancouver, B.C., to open the Moore Egyptian Theatre in Seattle in 1975.
Dec 27, 2019 · The Rev. D.L. “Dan” Ireland died on Tuesday. He was 89. Ireland was a longtime minister and the executive director emeritus of Alabama Citizens Action Program (ALCAP). Ireland was a pastor prior to become the executive director of ALCAP. He served ALCAP for thirty years. ALCAP lobbies the legislature for Christian principles.