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Events Diary for March 2014 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
22nd March 2014 Masterclass with Iranian Cinematographer Mahmoud Kalari in Association with Silk Road Film Festival 
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Date: Saturday 22nd March
Time: 12pm-4pm
Location: Screen Cinema, Townsend Street, Dublin 2.
Fee: €60 (Students €20 - Valid ID required)

Masterclass Outline
Award winning Iranian Cinematographer Mahmoud Kalari has brought the vision of many great Iranian directors to life, such as Palme d’Or winner Abbas Kiarostami, Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi and Jafar Panahi. The masterclass will include the following:

  • The art, craft and process of Master Cinematographer Mahmoud Kalari
  • Scene by scene breakdown of Academy award winning films A SEPERATION (Jodái -e Náder az Simin) and CAT & FISH (Mahi Va Gorbeh)
  • Questions and Answers chaired by Irish Director and Cinematographer Michael Lavelle.

Participant profile
The masterclass is aimed at Directors, Producers, Cinematographers, Camera department and film students.

How to Apply
Tickets for this event are limited and can be purchased online at www.silkroadfilmfestival.com or at the venue. Students wishing to attend must pay at the venue with valid ID. For further information please email tickets@silkroadfilmfestival.com

Starts 24th March LA College of Creative Arts - Special Effects Makeup Artistry for TV & Film 
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The impressive caliber of lecturers 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. Full Time and Part Time Courses available

25th March 2014 Screen Training Ireland - Digital Production & Delivery for TV Producers 
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This seminar, delivered in association with Screen Producers Ireland, is aimed at experienced television producers/production managers for factual/documentary/lifestyle/entertainment programming. The seminar will provide participants with the opportunity to explore what producers need to know from both the cost and management perspective about file-based workflows and data management issues across origination, delivery, storage and archiving.

The seminar is free, but places are limited. Please apply online at www.screentrainingireland.ie. Deadline for applications: Monday 17th March 2014.

Duration: 9.30am - 11.30am
Venue: The Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2

26th March - 14th May 2014 (8 Wednesday evenings) Filmbase - 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. The course runs over 8 evenings and covers everything from casting, rehearsing, shooting and performance analysis.

Tutor: JJ Harrington

For more info or to book, please contact Filmbase Reception on 01 679 6716 and dial 0.

27th March 2014 Deadline for Health & Safety Awareness for Film & TV Production (Screen Training Ireland) 
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This Health & Safety Awareness course is aimed at Production Managers, Line Producers, Heads of Departments and anyone who needs to acquire general information on health and safety at work. The course will provide participants with information and knowledge regarding general health and safety, and to alert them to their responsibilities and duties as agents of employers according to the Health and Safety Act 2005 as it relates to the film and television industry.

Friday 28 March 2014 The Pixel Lab: The Cross-Media Workshop 
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28th March 2014 European Commission MEDIA Programme - Development SLATE FUNDING 
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28th March 2014 European Commission MEDIA Programme - Audience Development 
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29th & 30th March 2014 Filmbase - Producing a Documentary with Vanessa Gildea 
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Do you want to know what it takes to produce a Documentary film? With experienced Documentary Producer and Director Vanessa Gildea at the helm, this course is designed for anyone setting out to make their first Doc film.

Vanessa studied film as part of a Liberal Arts Degree at the University of Limerick. Subsequently she worked in film training for nine years, mostly for Filmbase, Dublin where she still tutors on the documentary foundation course, she has also lectured on the film courses in Griffith College Dublin, Colaiste Dhulaigh and the University of Limerick. She has experience in producing and directing, and directed short documentaries for Amnesty International Ireland and award winning Dublin based production company Venom Films. Vanessa has also written for film publications Film West and Film Ireland magazines. She has received three IFTA nominations including ‘The White Dress’ the feature length music documentary shot in Mali, West Africa called ‘Dambé – The Mali Project’ which was nominated for an IFTA 2009 in the Best Feature Documentary category and ‘John Ford – Dreaming the Quiet Man’ in 2013.

For more info or to book, please contact Filmbase Reception on 01 679 6716 and dial 0.

Saturday 29th March 2014 Filmbase - Screenwriting Saturdays with Stephen Walsh: Writing Character 
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4 One-day Seminars in Screenwriting. These one-day seminars focus on particular areas of Screenwriting – Introduction, to Character, Visual Storytelling and Writing Dialogue. Four seminars on four Saturdays, adding up to an overall introduction to Screenwriting and the whole field of film, TV and digital storytelling. The four Saturdays will add up to a relaxed guided tour of the basic tricks and tools of writing for film. Observations and questions from the participants are very much encouraged. The sessions can be purchased singly, or as a whole for a discount. Please see prices in separate tab.

Dates: 4 Saturdays - 22nd March, 29th March, 5th April, 12th April

Class times: 10.30am – 5pm

Price: €40 each, or buy all 4 for €135 and receive a €25 discount (no deposits)

31st March 2014 Leadership and Strategic Company Development Programme - Supported by MEDIA Programme of EU, Screen Training Ireland and IFB 
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Developing a leadership strategy, leadership culture and business strategy is a substantial investment, but one that will yield real results for your company.

These benefits include the ability to implement planning, adapt to change, foster innovation and make informed, strategic decisions that support the future growth of your company.

To develop a business in this way demands a leader who looks beyond the day-to-day operations to hold a global view.

Screen Leaders provides you with the opportunity to take a step back and invest in your own development and in your company’s development. Our team will work with you and your company, to plan strategically, influence change, collaborate and communicate effectively.

We will equip you with the tools needed to implement your new strategy for your company.

Screen Leaders is a leadership course. It is specifically designed for professionals working in the creative industries: film, television, animation, digital media, distribution, exhibition and facility companies.

When does the programme taking place?

  • Module 1 – 25th – 29th of June 2014 Ireland
  • Module 2 – Aug or Sept (2 days tbc with each company) in Ireland or Berlin. The participating companies can choose two days in late August or two days in September. The Strategic Planning workshop will be available in Dublin or Berlin so participanting companies can choose the most convenient location
  • Module 3 – 26th – 30th November 2014 location TBC
  • One day of meetings on the implementation of your strategic plan and leaderships coaching in October 2014(tbc with each company)

Target Participants
CEOs, company owners and/or CFOs of companies in film, television, animation, documentary, digital media or facilities and services, which are growing and have potential to become leaders in their industries.

How much does it cost?
Screen Leaders EU costs €5,000 per participating company, to include two representatives. Included in the price are accommodation and all meals. Travel costs are excluded. Scholarships are available for the 12 new EU member states (Romania, Slovenia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Estonia, Poland, Bulgaria, Latvia, Lituania, Slovakia, Croatia, Cyprus and Malta)

How do I get more information?
For more information on the application process and to get further information on the course content please contact Helen McMahon at +353 1 6798040 or email: helen.mcmahon@screentrainingireland.ie

31st March 2014 Deadline for Screen Training Ireland - Safepass 
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This course is for Riggers, Stagehands, Props and Prop Masters, Painters, Plasterers, Carpenters, Electricians and anyone in film and television production who requires Safepass training.

Tutors: Sylvester Cronin, Acting Head, SIPTU College
Date: 08/04/2014
Duration: 1 Day
Venue: SIPTU College, South Circular Road, Dublin 8
Cost: €23.00

Application Procedure:
Please apply online with current CV at www.screentrainingireland.ie. Deadline for applications: Monday 31st March 2014. For further details contact sorcha.loughnane@screentrainingireland.ie.


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