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Events Diary for January 2014 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
Monday 13th January 2014 (Term of 10 weeks) Amy Byrne's School of Speech & Drama 

Amy Byrne's School of Speech & Drama offers exciting lessons and exam syllabus including effective communication, voice exploration, audition/performance technique, public speaking & acting.

Classes for ages 4-18

Term 2 commencing Monday 13th January 2014 (Term of 10 weeks €100)

For enquiries or to reserve a place (incl. students from Term 1), please call or email by Friday 10th January.

Email: thedramaroom40@gmail.com

Phone: 0879872959

Website: www.facebook.com/The.DramaRoom


13th January – 24th February 2014 The Gaiety School of Acting - Indroduction to Film Making with Director Noel Brady 
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Ideal for actors, writers or people new to film making, this course offers a little bit of everything and then some. Follow the process of film making from concept to edit to screen in a fun, relaxed and practical way. Learn the importance of signs and symbols to tell a story in film and then use your newly acquired skills to apply them in the real world. Participants will discover how directing, acting, sound, music and edit all come together to tell their very own unique story.

Multi-award winning director Noel Brady made his first short film in 2005 named ‘Movers & Shakers’. This was followed in 2007 with his second short film ‘Duality’. In 2009 he won his first award at the ‘Bram Stoker Horror Film Festival’ with ‘Herr Frankenstein’. In 2010 his next film, “An Táin, Darkness Descends”, won two awards, ‘Best Celtic Short’ at the ‘Balinamore International Film Festival 2010’ and ‘Best Editor’ at the ‘Underground Cinema Awards 2011’. His next film ‘True-D’, has thus far won two awards for ‘Best Irish Short’ at the ‘Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival 2012’ and ‘Best Director’ at ‘LIT Limerick International Film Festival 2013’. Noel is currently writing his first feature film due to start production in early 2014.

Participants of the Introduction to Film Making can expect to learn:
• Signs and symbols to tell story through the visual and auditory medium in film
• The importance of writing and storyboarding
• What is involved in producing a film from concept to the first days production
• How to tell your story and shoot your scene

VENUE: The Gaiety School of Acting, Temple Bar
DAYS: Mondays
DATES: 13th January – 24th February 2014 (Screening on 8th March)
TIMES: 7pm – 10pm
COST: €250


Monday February 13th Deadline for Submissions to the 11th Annual Irish Film & Television Awards 2014 
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18th Jan - 8th March (Dublin)/ 10th Jan - 22 Feb (Cork) The Gaiety School of Acting -New! Make a Move 
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With this hands on, practical course, students will learn how to create a short independent film from scratch. Whether you’re interested in screenplay writing, acting, film directing, cinematography or production design, this programme is just for you! Led by experienced industry professionals, the group will be guided through the process of brainstorming the initial concept of your movie right through to filming the final scene. Participants will receive a DVD of the movie upon completion of the course.

Please note that this course will take place over 7 weeks with an additional full day (6 hours) shoot, possibly on location, on the following weekend. Final date to be coordinated with tutor.

Participants of the Make A Movie course can expect to learn:
• How to develop an idea for your movie
• How to storyboard and write for the screen
• The importance of narrative, characters, mood, climax and resolution
• How to develop an aesthetic for your film
• The importance of cinematography and production design
• Acting techniques specific to screen

TEMPLE BAR
Days:
Saturday
Cost: €310
Age: 18+ years
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: The Gaiety School of Acting, Temple Bar

CORK
Days:
Friday or Saturday
Cost: €200
Age: 18+ years
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: The Granary Theatre, Mardyke, Cork


Full Time: January 2014 LA College of Creative Arts: Make-Up & Special Effects for Film 
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This course is designed to emphasize the skills and attention to detail required for make-up application for film, high-definition television, print photography, advertising, and theatrical makeup. This courses takes students through modules of High Definition TV & Film makeup, from male grooming, glamour high definition makeup, period makeup, period hair styling from 1920’s – 1960’s, special effects; skin defects, casualty and death effects, latex & plastic bald cap making, facial hair, theatrical makeup, airbrushing, body painting to facial sculpting. Students will work with a variety of different product such as gelatine, latex, wax, silicone, in moulding, painting and sculpting their desired look. This course not only focuses on the technique of high definition makeup for tv & film but also from the start brings students through phases of project conceptualisation, make-up design, set etiquette, film terminology, script breakdown, working to a budget and working with a director and other departments on set. The impressive calibre of tutors who teach this course are all working professionals across the entertainment world with experience in creating award-winning special effects on blockbuster movies, short films, TV adverts and celebrity clientele. This course is ran over 20 weeks full time and can be completed as 1 course or over 18 singular modules.

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


1 Year Course: January 2014 LA College of Creative Arts: 1 Year HNC Fashion Make Up Course 
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Fast-track your fashion and photographic career as a professional make-up artist with this intensive one year programme in make-up studies. This course is simply best in industry. A truly unique and advanced level curriculum, students will undergo the most rigorous training currently on offer within the professional make-up artistry industry.

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


Full Time: January - October 2014 LA College of Creative Arts - Fashion Styling Course 
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This is an extremely practical and in-depth fashion styling course which was created with career requirements in mind and offers a realistic and honest insight into one of the world’s most exciting and vibrant industries.

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


20th January - 22nd January 2014 Filmbase - Premiere Pro 101: Intro to Premiere Pro CS6 
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In this Adobe Authorised Training, students will learn all the main features of Adobe’s video editing software from capturing video and importing tapeless media to creating dynamic titles, adding video effects, mixing audio and managing a project. Then take it to the next level by creating efficiency in your editing projects as well as colour correction, exporting sequences and authoring DVDs.

Each student will receive the official Adobe Premiere Pro course manual and an Adobe certificate of completion.


22nd January – 12th March 2014, 8 Wed Evenings Acting for TV & Film: Level 1 
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This intensive film-acting course is aimed at aspiring and beginners level actors, as well as theatrically trained actors, wanting to make the transition from stage to screen.

Part-Time: 27th January 2014 LA College of Creative Arts: Fashion Styling Course 
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This is an extremely practical and in-depth fashion styling course which was created with career requirements in mind and offers a realistic and honest insight into one of the world’s most exciting and vibrant industries.

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


28th January - 18th March 2014 (eight Tuesday evenings) Filmbase - Screenwriting for Beginners with Lindsay Sedgwick 
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Interested in Screenwriting? Taught by experienced screenwriter Lindsay Sedgwick, this courses gives an excellent grounding in the basics: an introduction to the craft of screenwriting, developing character, writing the individual scene, dialogue, structure, format, writing for TV, writing comedy, rewriting techniques and writing treatments.

28th - 30th January Digital Biscuit 
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29th January - 31st January 2014 (inclusive) Filmbase - After Effects 101: Intro to After Effects CS6 
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In this Adobe Authorised Training, students will learn the key techniques for working in After Effects and how to work efficiently and deliver in the widest possible range of media types. In addition to learning the key elements of the After Effects interface, topics that will be covered include animating text, working with shape layers and masks, the puppet tool, color correction, 3D objects, advanced editing techniques as well as rendering and output.

Each student will receive the official Adobe After Effects course manual and an Adobe certificate of completion.


Starting 29th January Screen Training Ireland - Production Club: Copyright, Clearances and Music Licensing 
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Please apply online at www.screentrainingireland.ie by Thursday the 23rd of January 2014. For further information please email sorcha.loughnane@screentrainingireland.ie

As part of an initiative to deliver targeted training interventions for production personnel and crew, Screen Training Ireland is scheduling a number of production-related evening seminars in 2014 that will enable crew to come together and discuss industry developments and issues, and hear from top production talent on a host of practical and creative issues including legal and contractual issues, HR and career development, core production skills, and masterclasses with international HODs.

Production Club kicks off with a seminar on Copyright, Clearances and Music Licensing. Increasingly, these issues affect all production personnel, and an understanding of the fundamentals of this area is a growing concern. This seminar will provide an overview of copyright, clearances and music licensing as they relate to production.


Thursday January 30th Galway Film Centre: Legal and Business Affairs for Filmmakers 
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Galway Film Centre will host a one day seminar with Mark Byrne (Head of Business Affairs, Element Pictures) in Galway in January 2014. This talk would be suited to those who work in production or those with an interest in film-making. It will cover topics such as:

* What is copyright?

* Contracts

* Setting up a production company

* Option agreements

* Screenplay Agreements

* Music copyright and clearances

* IFB funding requirements

Date: 1 day, Thursday, January 30th, 2014 (9.30am-4.30pm)

Cost: €20 (members)/ €25 (non-members). Places are limited so please email education@galwayfilmcentre.ie or phone 091-770748 to reserve a place.

About the Tutor:

Mark Byrne joined Element Pictures in June 2012 to take up a new role of Head of Business Affairs. Recent projects that Mark has worked on for Element include Quirke a 3 x 90 television series for the BBC starring Gabriel Byrne, Frank, a feature film directed by Lenny Abrahamson starring Domhnall Gleeson, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Michael Fassbender, Jimmy's Hall a co-production with Sixteen Films directed by Ken Loach and Citizen Charlie a 3X90 series about Charles Haughey starring Aidan Gillen for RTÉ. Mark has over 14 years experience working in the film and TV business and for 6 years worked with Bord Scannáin/the Irish Film Board as initially Business & Legal Executive and subsequently Head of Legal Affairs.


Starts Jan 2014 Digital Filmmaking (12 Weeks) 
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Starts Jan 2014: Digital Filmmaking (12 Weeks) - http://filmbase.ie/training/long_courses.php

   


 
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