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Events Diary for February 2014 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
31st January & 1st February 2015 Producing a Low Budget Feature Film with Rachel Lysaght - Filmbase 
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An experienced producer will take you through all aspects of producing a feature script on a low budget. This course is open to everyone and is especially suitable for first-time feature producer/director teams. The course will include a case study of a recent Irish feature film.

Cost: €175 Members / €200 Non-Members.


1st February - 2nd February 2014 Filmbase - Weekend EX1 Camera and Lighting workshop 
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This intensive 2-day workshop will introduce beginners to many aspects of camera and lighting work, as well as those looking to refresh their skills. Using the Sony EX1 camera our experienced tutor will introduce students to the basic functions of the camera throughout day one. On day two students will get a chance to create simple lighting set-ups to test out.

Starts 1st February (12 weeks) Filmbase - Digital Filmmaking 
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Run over 12 weekends, this hands on course will take you through the filmmaking process from script to screen, culminating in two groups shooting two short films.

With all tutors current film practitioners, this course has been designed to encourage and develop independent filmmaking. This is ideal if you are looking for a way into the film industry or want to gain a better understanding of filmmaking – at the end of the course you will have a short film to use as part of a show reel for your Curriculum Vitae or film school.


5th February 2014 Galway Film Centre: Screening and Talk: Under the Hood (Mark Byrne and Rob Dennis) (Screening in association with Amnesty International Ireland) 
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In Belarus, some battle for democracy, social justice and civil rights, while others struggle just to survive. The feature documentary, Under the Hood, brings us on a journey through a country where the secret police is still known as the KGB and innocently gathering in public is considered a crime. Shot in conditions of secrecy, the film takes us from the protests and secret opposition meetings of the capital, Minsk, to the horse-drawn carts and hand-tilled fields of the countryside. In 2013, this film was officially selected for Guth Gafa, Nordic Film Days (Lubeck, Germany), Vilnius International Film Festival and received a Mark of Distinction from New York City Indie Film Festival. This year, it has been officially selected for Dingle International Film Festival.

The screening will be followed by a Q & A with Mark Byrne.

Date:7pm, Wednesday, February 5th, 2014.

Cost:Free event.

Venue:Huston Film School, National University of Ireland.

About the film-makers: Mark Byrne and Rob Dennis shot Beyond the Wall together in 2010, a documentary film about life behind the Iron Curtain. Mark Byrne had been working as a camera assistant and cameraman for the previous 15 years, including on feature film productions. His Irish compatriot Rob Dennis worked for twelve years in the USA as an investigative journalist, where he most recently wrote for the daily Oakland Tribune.


Thursday 6 February 2014 STORYTELLING AND CREATIVE THINKING WORKSHOP WITH PAM RELTON 
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Thursday 6 February 2014 Ties That Bind 2014 
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8th - 10th February 2014 Face FX Makeup Supplies - Workshops 
Face FX Makeup Supplies will be holding 2 workshops run by Stuart Bray a working FX artist whose credits include Shaun of the Dead, Saving Private Ryan, The Mummy films, Stardust and Games of Thrones to name but a few. He specializes in all the processes involved in making prosthetic appliances and make-up effects from design, sculpting, moulding, casting and application.

Call 01 2011081 or email info@facefxmakeupsupplies.ie

www.facefxmakeupsupplies.ie


8th & 9th February 2014, also 15th & 16th February, 22nd & 23rd February, 1st & 2nd March, 8th & 9th March, 22nd & 23rd March, 29th & 30th March, 5th & 6th April Galway Film Centre: Film School: Learn the basics in 8 weekends 
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This practical course will guide participants through all of the steps involved in making a short film. Tutored by industry professionals, the course offers a hands-on, step by step approach that will take a small group of 8 participants from a starting idea to a finished film. The course runs for seven weekends during which two short films will be devised, scripted, shot and edited.

Dates: 16 days (8 Saturdays & 8 Sundays from 9.30am - 4.30pm each day): February 8 & 9, February 15 & 16, February 22 & 23, March 1 & 2, March 8 & 9, March 22 & 23, March 29 & 30, April 5 & 6, 2014. Note there is no class on bank holiday weekends.

Cost: €700 unwaged, €800 waged. Includes membership to Galway Film Centre.

Limited to 10 places so early booking is advised.


Monday 10th February 2014 (Monday & Wednesday evenings - eight weeks) Pulse College: Introduction to Audio and Music Technology 
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This short course provides an introduction to the areas of sound engineering and music production. On completion, students will be awarded a Pulse College Certificate of Merit.

Monday 10th February 2014 (Monday & Wednesday evenings - eight weeks) Pulse College: Introduction to Film Production 
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This intensive 8-week course provides an immersive introduction to the exciting world of professional film production. You will be working extensively with HD cameras and professional editing equipment throughout the course, and will receive hands-on experience of writing, shooting, directing and editing your own films.

Monday 10th February 2014 (Monday & Wednesday evenings - eight weeks) Pulse College: Introduction to Games Production 
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Learn all about the core concepts and technologies behind interactive applications and video games. On this introductory course you will study a range of topics including programming, game audio and 3D graphics.

Monday 10th February 2014 (Monday & Wednesday evenings - eight weeks) Pulse College: Introduction to Animation 
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Take the first step on the road to becoming a professional animator. Developed and delivered by industry professionals, this introductory course you will teach you the fundamental principles of animation as well as the tools you’ll need to create 3D animations.

Friday 14 February 2014 CARTOON 360 2014 
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15th February 2014 Screenwriting Masterclasss with Peter Morgan at Jameson Dublin International Film Festival in association with Screen Training Ireland 
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Seminar Outline

The screenwriting masterclass with Peter Morgan will provide examples and advice for emerging screenwriters, as well as support and encouragement for those more established within the form, and can be viewed as an ideal opportunity for filmmakers to witness at first-hand the workings and methods of this master of the art form.

Participant writers will hear from one of the world’s great exponents, how he has developed his screenwriting skills, and how many of the applicants might hone theirs in the light of that knowledge.

Location: Lighthouse Cinema, Dublin

Fee: €50

Participant profile

The masterclass is aimed at writers.

Tutor Profile

Peter Morgan is an international award- winning writer for stage, screen and film. In addition to receiving Oscar®, Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations for his screenplays for Stephen Frears’ THE QUEEN, Ron Howard’s FROST/NIXON and, most recently, HOWARDS’S RUSH, Morgan has won a host of international awards. Morgan has won a host of international awards. His most recent play, THE AUDIENCE, which starred Mirren, was a West End smash hit, receiving nominations in five categories at the 2013 Olivier Awards. His previous play, the Olivier and Tony Award-nominated FROST/NIXON, received critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic before being adapted into the Academy Award®- nominated film of the same name.

Morgan’s many film credits include the award-winning THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND, which won the BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay; THE DAMNED UNITED; and Clint Eastwood’s HEREAFTER, which starred Matt Damon. Morgan’s upcoming credits include the Hugh Hefner biopic PLAYBOY, which is in development with Warner Bros. Pictures; and the television movie CHRISTOPHER JEFFERIES, to be directed by Roger Mitchell. Morgan’s extensive television credits include the BAFTA Award-winning THE DEAL; THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP, which is the first part of Morgan’s Tony Blair trilogy; and the multi-award-winning LONGFORD.

How to Apply

To apply for this event, please email workshoprsvp@jdiff.com with a copy of your CV. The deadline for applications is Monday 10th February. JDIFF will respond to both successful and unsuccessful applicants by Wednesday 12th February. If your application is successful, an email will detail how to proceed with your ticket booking.


17th – 21st February (5 Day Worskshop) The Gaiety School of Acting - Lessac Kinesenic Voice and Body Workshop with Robin Carr 
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This 5 day workshop is specifically designed for those interested in experiencing stronger, more resonant vocal quality with ease, in conjunction with creating more physical flexibility, strength and expressive body movement. Lessac Kinesensic Training is unique in its holistic, comprehensive and creative approach to all aspects of developing the body and the voice, for speech and singing and as creative instruments of communication, behavior and perception. Kinesensic training is a self-teaching, sensory-based process based on feeling the way the human body functions naturally when it is free of adverse conditioning. It then uses those physical sensations to identify, produce and voluntarily control the voice and body. This training is beneficial for actors, singers, directors, barristers, presenters, business people. A daily schedule would be full of instruction with appropriate breaks within that time frame.

Participants of the Lessac Kinesensic Voice and Body Training will expect to learn:
• Posture and breathing
• Breath support and breath control
• Body energy and flexibility
• Body conditioning and physical fitness
• Body characterization
• Vocal variety and contrast
• Text interpretation
• Development of full dynamic pitch range
• Control of projection for stage, microphone, and personal use in intimate, social, or formal situations
• Development of the male and female voices for speech and singing
• Connecting physical and vocal life to the emotional experiencing system

Robin Carr is an Associate Professor of Voice and Acting in the Department of Theatre and Dance at the University of Southern Mississippi. Ms. Carr is a Lessac Certified Trainer, one of only twenty five in the world. She is currently a board member for the International Lessac Training and Research Institute. Robin was fortunate enough to teach a one week workshop with Arthur Lessac himself at the University of Rijeka in Croatia and taught the Lessac voice and body work for their new Post Masters’ Program in Acting, Media and Culture Studies under the direction of International Hollywood Star, Rade Serbedzija. Most recently, Robin has presented Lessac Voice and Body Workshops at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, Australia and in Manila, Philippines with the newly formed Theatre Actors Guild.

DATES: 17TH – 21ST February
TIMES: 10am – 5pm
AGE: 18+
COST: €285

EarlyBird Offer: Book before 29th November 2013 and receive this course for only €235.


18th February - 26th March 2014 (six evenings) Filmbase - Directing for the Screen 
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This course is a primer in directing. An introduction to all the main aspects of directing is combined with practical exercises in shooting to give an overview and experience of the basics – the practical knowledge you need in order to direct films. You will be guided through the process of preparation, taking in all the major departments that come together to make a film possible. In addition to practical exercises, all participants will shoot and crew short scenes.

Starts 18th February (8 week evening course) Cork Film Centre - Short Script Writing Evening Course 
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  • Starts Tuesday February 18th 7-9pm
  • €195 (€95 deposit)
  • Tutor Yvonne Keane

Course covers structure, character arch, skills, techniques, format, festivals and funding! No previous experience necessary.

Venue: Cork Film Centre, Civic Trust House, 50 Popes Quay, Cork

Course Times: Tuesday evenings, 7pm - 9pm

Places are limited so please book early.

Booking essential.


19th February - 9th April 2014 (eight Wednesday evenings) Filmbase - Screenwriting for Beginners with Stephen Walsh 
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Eight evenings devoted to exploring the ins and outs of scriptwriting, geared towards those with little or no previous experience in the field. Priority is placed on putting a lot of the scary myths of screenwriting to rest and creating a context in which the participants can develop their own project over the duration of the course. People should come along armed with a story idea they’d like to pursue, whether it’s at the “two lines on a scrap of paper” stage or even if they’ve already had a crack at a script.

Saturday 22nd February Gaiety School of Acting - Casting & Audition Workshop 
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One of Ireland’s leading casting agents deliver this important workshop, giving you the assistance needed to land that role!

In this unique intensive one-day workshop they will explain and demonstrate how you can significantly increase your chance of making a lasting impression. This workshop is particularly suitable for those returning to or starting out on a career in the competitive world of acting.

Areas covered include:

  • Make-up/ Dress codes for Castings
  • Immediate impressions – looking confident
  • How to ‘Indent’ and introduce yourself to camera and the Director
  • Practical Advice – Acting for Camera
  • Script preparation
  • Basic improvisation skills
  • How to stay in character in the Audition process
  • How to take Direction
  • Photos and C.V.s
  • How to get an Agent
  • How to get an Audition
  • How to prepare for an Audition
  • What NOT to say in an Audition
  • Demonstrations of a good and bad Audition
  • Opportunity to partake in a mock audition
  • The Showreel

Tutored by Louise Kiely

Saturday 22 February 10am – 4pm

Cost: €80

Book here or telephone 1890 258 358


February 24th Galway Film Centre: Screening and Talk: Broken Song (Claire Dix) 
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This feature documentary asks whether art and artistic expression can allow us to look beyond the facts of someone's past and see into their soul. Street poets, hip-hop artists and songwriters GI, Costello and Willa Lee from north Dublin are the main subjects of this film which premiered at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival in February 2013, where it won both the audience award and also the Michael Dwyer Discovery Award.

The director, Claire Dix, will take part an in-depth discussion about the making of the film afterwards.

Cost:€5


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