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Events Diary for November 2013 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
Two Year Course (Friday, 29th November) Creative Media Practice-Based/Traditional Masters by Research in DKIT 
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The Section of Creative Media in DKIT would like to hear from interested industry professionals and recent third-level graduates who wish to pursue a Masters By Research in the Creative Media area, which can include a practice-based and/or a traditional research project.

The Masters by Research is usually taken on a two-year basis and in order to enroll, a prospective student would submit a proposal for a research topic with which they would wish to engage for that period, during which time they would have weekly meetings with an appointed supervisor and agree key deadlines for deliverables. This proposal would be validated by the DKIT School of Informatics & Creative Arts Postgraduate Programme Board and QQI (Quality & Qualifications Ireland) prior to commencement.

As above, these proposals can include both traditional written research and practice–based research elements. Research workshops/seminars etc. will also take place across the 2-year period.

The Section of Creative Media in DKIT is leading the way in practice-based research in the Creative Media Industries, having introduced a practice-based research module at undergraduate level in the BA (Hons) in Video & Film Production add-on honours degree (see www.dkit.ie/filmhons) some years ago. Recent projects on this year-long module have included:

- Representations of Women in films about the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland;

- Portrayals of Irish Society on Irish Television in the last 50 years;

- Masculinity in Contemporary Irish Cinema;

- An Investigation into the Effect of Video Games on Contemporary Film-Making.

All of the above have also included the creation of short films as part of the project’s research and deliverables. ‘Eimear’, a short film created as part of the ‘Representations of Women in films about the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland’ project, has already been screened at numerous film festivals throughout Ireland, including the Kerry Film Festival, the Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival, along with winning the Best Student Film at the Underground Cinema Film Festival in Dublin recently.

The Section of Creative Media in DKIT is housed within the state-of-the-art Carrolls building on the DKIT Campus, only a 50min drive from Dublin. The facilities include a HD TV studio, 40-seater cinema, radio studio, dark room, edit lab & suites, sound recording facilities & multimedia labs - see https://vimeo.com/60548674 for a show-reel of our facilities.

For more information, please contact Sarah McCann, Head of Section of Creative Media at sarah.mccann@dkit.ie or 042-9370285.

In addition, please see https://www.dkit.ie/research-office/graduates

Funding may be available, dependent on applicant’s status and /or necessary application procedures etc. under various schemes operated by Susi (http://www.susi.ie/) and the Irish Research Council (http://www.research.ie/), along with internal funding for DKIT graduates.


5th November - 10th November 2013 FilmFestival Cottbus 
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The FilmFestival Cottbus was first held in 1991 in the immediate post-reunification era and is regarded as the most important festival of Eastern European Cinema worldwide. The host city of Cottbus is located 120 km southeast of Berlin.

6th – 8th November FCP X 101: Intro to Final Cut Pro X 101 (3 Days) 
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This three-day/eight-evenings course teaches students to perform basic editing functions while becoming familiar with the user interface for Apple’s popular editing software Final Cut Pro.

Thursday 7th November, 2.30 – 6pm Screenwriting Pitching Workshop with James Bartlett 
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Filmbase is giving you the unique opportunity to pitch your script and discuss individual projects with top script consultant, James Bartlett.

Thursday 7th November, 10.30 – 1.30pm Hollywood Screenwriting: Jumping the First Hurdle 
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How can you make sure that your script gets noticed? Story analyst/editor James Bartlett will present this three hour seminar on how to make it over this first hurdle.

8th November - 10th November 2013 Weekend of Horrors Festival, Germany 
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The Weekend of Horrors is the ultimate fan meeting for fans of fantastic films in Europe!

Gloomy decoration sets the right mood. All windows will be covered in black, gloomy light, scary sounds and a creepy decoration will let you experience pure horror feeling!

2 Days (Starting 6th December 2013) Inside Story 
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This course is aimed at screenwriters, directors, producers, cinematographers, production designers, editors and development personnel.

The deadline for course application is the 8th of November 2013.


Monday, 9th December 2013 Mythological Archetypes in Screenwriting 
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This course is aimed at development personnel, directors and producers who have attended the Inside Story Seminar.

The deadline for course application is 8th November 2013.

For further information please contact grainne.bennett@screentrainingireland.ie.


Tuesday, 10th December 2013 Development Seminar 
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This seminar will focus on honing analysis skills for development personnel, producers and directors who have attended the seminar the Inside Story seminar. It is recommended that participants also attend the Mythological Archetypes in Storytelling Seminar. The course will improve the ability to breakdown a script and give more effective story notes. While a script will ultimately be critiqued by the public when it is produced, the best development notes are those that can be as objective as possible, striving to interpret rather than judge. This allows the analyst to serve as a mirror, reflecting back to the writer what is working and what isn’t as it relates to the deep nature of the story. Utilizing the dynamics of the transformational arc, the course will share powerful new tools to help navigate the many layers of story structure and locate script issues at their source. This takes the guesswork out of identifying story issues and, therefore, strengthens the ability to communicate with writers at a deeper, more insightful level to help them fulfil their creative vision.

The deadline for course application is 8th November 2013.

For further information please contact grainne.bennett@screentrainingireland.ie.


4 Day Course Starting 10th November LA College of Creative Arts - 4 Day Bridal Advance Course 
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This exciting four day highly intensive bridal workshop is specifically designed for those who are serious about a career as a make-up artist working in the Bridal industry. Promoting learning by practice, the talented team of tutors place key emphasis on attention to detail. This curriculum is very fast paced therefore students are required to possess a competent level of make-up artistry skills, ideally suited to graduates from the LA College of Creative Arts College Module 2 or Module 3 courses.

To enquire or book, call 01-6751999 or log on to www.lacollegeofcreativearts.com


11th Nov – 9th December, and 13th – 27th January Writing for TV with Eilish Kent (8 Monday evenings) 
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Writing Television Drama is a course aimed at writers who are interested in learning more about the fundamental skills of crafting good television drama in all its forms.

Monday November 11th - Friday November 15th 2013 5 Day Hands-On DSLR Camera Course 
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This hands-on course is designed to teach you the technical fundamentals and techniques of DSLR film-making. The intensive course will help beginners gain the confidence to become a DSLR film-maker whether you’re a photographer, journalist, corporate or documentary shooter. There are just 6 places on this course so early booking is strongly advised. Tutored by Aidan Maguire.

13th - 15th November (3 Days) After Effects 101: Intro to After Effects CS6 
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Students will learn the key techniques for working in After Effects including animating text, colour correction, 3D objects and more.

13th November 2013 LA College of Creative Arts - Part-Time High Fashion and Bridal Course 
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Every component of this fashion and bridal make-up course is taught by a core team of reputable make-up artists through a series of interactive demonstrations and tutorials. Each one is then followed by a practical session where students will be asked to recreate what has been covered to ensure they grasp the techniques required.

To enquire or book, call 01-6751999 or log on to www.lacollegeofcreativearts.com


Friday, 15th November 2013 Gréasán na Meán Skillnet: iMoJo Course 
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Our One Day intensive workshop will cover everything you need to know to get started in producing great multi-media content with a mobile device. Discover the best Apps for Video, Photography, Audio Recording, Editing and Live Streaming for the iPhone. A selection of the best hardware accessories available including microphones, lenses, stabilisers, tripods and more will be available to try out during hands-on practical sessions. If you work in any area of the media, Print, Radio, Online, TV or are a media or journalism student hoping to specialise in one of these areas, this workshop is for you.

Trainer: Glen Mulcahy, Innovative Lead, RTÉ who was trained over one hundred Mobile & Video Journalists throughout Europe and Internationally.


20th - 22nd November FCP X 300: Advanced Final Cut Pro X 300 (3 Days) 
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This three-day/eight-evenings hands-on course teaches hard-to-find advanced editing and finishing techniques using Apple’s popular editing software Final Cut Pro.

25th – 29th November 5 Day DSLR Filmmaking 
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The most exciting development on the filmmaking scene in a while is the advancement of DSLR filmmaking. This 5 day hands-on intensive DSLR Camera course is designed to give you the confidence to start shooting on digital as soon as possible!

Saturday 30th November 2013 Catalyst Seminars (2 Days) 
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The Catalyst Seminars are open to individuals from the following disciplines in filmmaking - Producers, Writers, Directors and Writer/Directors. Selected participants will be encouraged to connect with other filmmakers at the Seminars to form new or enhance existing teams. Producers, Directors and Writer/Directors are required to have that credit/role on at least one short film and/or television drama and/or commercials and/or viral-online series. Writers are required to have that credit on a produced short film and/or television drama, episode and/or commercials and/or viral-online series or to have a projects (feature film, TV drama/episode, viral-online series, stage-play or radio-play) commissioned or in funded development.

Saturday, 30th November 2013 LA College of Creative Arts - 1 Day Masterclass 
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In this programme you will study a make-up lesson, hair lesson & a Pro Photoshoot. Have fun exploring the world of beauty with this hugely popular one day make-up course. Participants will not only find out what colour palette and products suit their skin type but also learn the correct application techniques through a number of easy to follow make-up lessons. This one day beauty course will also incorporate an enjoyable hair lesson focusing on how to create the hottest hairstyles for day time and evening looks.

To enquire or book, call 01-6751999 or log on to www.lacollegeofcreativearts.com


   


 
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