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Events Diary for May 2014 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
2nd May 2014 Screen Training Ireland - Nuke Compositing 
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Screen Training Ireland, in association with VFXAI and Animation Skillnet, and supported by Tyrell CCT and The Foundry, is seeking participants for an intermediate Nuke compositing course. This course aims to provide training for animation and VFX professionals in Nuke compositing. Participants should be skilled in After Effects, and have some basic knowledge of Nuke.

The course will cover the following:

  • General and CGI compositing
  • 2D Techniques
  • Rotoscoping tools
  • Paint tools
  • Multiple keying setups
  • 2D and 3D tracking
  • 3D techniques

Date: 02/05/2014
Duration: 3 Days
Venue: Dublin City Centre TBC
Cost: €150.00
Tutor: Matt Leonard, Director and Head of Training Sphere VFX

How to Apply:
Please apply online with current CV at www.screentrainingireland.ie. Deadline for applications: Friday 21st April 2014. For further details contact sorcha.loughnane@screentrainingireland.ie.


9th May 2014 Deadline for Running the Show – Set and Crew Management for Producers and Directors (Screen Training Ireland) 
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Based on Liz Gill’s book 'Running the Show' for First ADs, this course will enable producers and directors to work smoothly and effectively on and off set with key members of their team, including First ADs, HODs and cast. The course will offer participants the chance to enhance their practical production skills, as well as their time and people management skills, and will emphasise how an efficient pre-production period can enhance production itself. The course will be of particular interest to producers and directors who are progressing to managing bigger-budget projects with larger crews, or documentary producers and directors moving into drama.

The course will cover the following:

  • Getting the most from your First AD
  • Getting the most from your crew
  • Pre-production
  • Scheduling
  • Tech recces, production meetings and tests
  • Effective communication
  • Running a productive and efficient shoot

How to Apply:
Please apply online with current CV at www.screentrainingireland.ie. Deadline for applications: Friday 9th May 2014. For further details contact sorcha.loughnane@screentrainingireland.ie.


9th May 2014 Galway Film Fair - Early Bird Application Deadline 
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The Galway Film Fair (10th-12th July) provides a unique opportunity to meet with the world's leading financiers in an intimate and informal atmosphere, allowing new talent to be discovered and long term partnerships to be made.

The Marketplace at the Galway Film Fair takes place during the Galway Film Fleadh 8th-13th July 2014 and co-ordinates pre-scheduled meetings between filmmakers with projects in development and/or completed films and invited Film Financiers, Distributors, Sales Agents, Broadcasters, Film Funds and Major Producers.

A pre-selected group of Irish, European and International producers with feature films/documentary projects will have the opportunity to meet with representatives of these companies.

Early Bird Application Deadline: Friday 9th May 2014
Late Application Deadline: Friday 30th May 2014


Starts 10th May (7 weeks) Documentary filmmaking at Filmbase 
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This popular weekend course, guided by Award-winning director Colm Quinn (Needle Exchange) and aimed at beginners, encourages students to write and present documentary proposals, develop and research ideas, produce, direct and interview. Other subjects taught on this course are digital camera skills, sound recording and advice on funding & markets.

Two proposals are selected to be made into short documentaries over a weekend.


10th May - 11th May Producing a Low Budget Feature with Conor Barry 
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Do you want to know what it takes to produce a low budget Feature Film? This course returns to Filmbase with experienced Producer, Conor Barry ('Love Eternal', 'Savage'). Using successful low budget films as case studies, this course is theory based with some practical exercises. It is the ideal course for first-time Director and Producers of low budget feature films.

14th May - 16th July 2014 (10 Wednesdays) LA College of Creative Arts - Photography: The Beginner 
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Photography is a skill that is an art form, a memory device and the only method of stopping time; photography is truly extraordinary

14th May 2014 Screen Training Ireland - Visual Storytelling for Animation and Games (Deadline) 
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Screen Training Ireland is delighted to welcome Bruce Block back to Ireland at the end of May and beginning of June to deliver three Visual Storytelling programmes.

Bruce has been producing and consulting on feature films since 1981. His credits include 'Something's Gotta Give', 'As Good As it Gets' and 'Stuart Little'. He is the author of 'The Visual Story' now in its second edition and available in seven languages. Used all over the world, the book explains the relationship between story structure and visual structure of film, television, video games and graphic design. His latest book, '3D Storytelling', explains how 3D works and how to use it to tell stories. Bruce conducts seminars at USC, AFI, UCLA, Pixar, ILM, Disney, DreamWorks, Blue Sky, and for computer game developers, graphic arts studios, and a variety of universities and colleges in North & South America and Europe.

Bruce will deliver a one-day seminar to a wide animation and games audience, a targeted 2-day programme to cinematographers and camera personnel (10-12 places available), and a 3-day intensive programme for directors (10-12 places available).


15th May 2014 Série Series Application Deadline 
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Série Series (Fontainebleau, France, 2-4 July 2014) is a high-level meeting place for leading creators of TV series. Over three days of screenings and meetings, with no award element, Série Series shows the best of European TV series creation and invites the creative teams to talk about their work. This TV drama think tank has become a “not to be missed” event for all TV professionals: screenwriters, directors, producers, channel representatives and distributors.
The three-day programme, including screenings of brand new series, professional meetings, workshops and events for the public, is devoted to the best in European series.

16th May 2014 VFX: Script to Screen (Screen Training Ireland) 
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VFX: Script to Screen aims to inspire the creative film community in Europe to push the boundaries of VFX and develop new and innovative stories for audiences in Europe and globally.

Through case studies, lectures and course work, the programme will provide participants will a broad overview of managing projects with VFX elements at all budget levels. Participants will develop the skills and expertise to successfully plan and manage a VFX project throughout all its stages.


16th May 2014 Screen Training Ireland - Visual Storytelling for Cinematographers (Deadline) 
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Screen Training Ireland is delighted to welcome Bruce Block back to Ireland at the end of May and beginning of June to deliver three Visual Storytelling programmes.

Bruce has been producing and consulting on feature films since 1981. His credits include 'Something's Gotta Give', 'As Good As it Gets' and 'Stuart Little'. He is the author of 'The Visual Story' now in its second edition and available in seven languages. Used all over the world, the book explains the relationship between story structure and visual structure of film, television, video games and graphic design. His latest book, '3D Storytelling', explains how 3D works and how to use it to tell stories. Bruce conducts seminars at USC, AFI, UCLA, Pixar, ILM, Disney, DreamWorks, Blue Sky, and for computer game developers, graphic arts studios, and a variety of universities and colleges in North & South America and Europe.

Bruce will deliver a one-day seminar to a wide animation and games audience, a targeted 2-day programme to cinematographers and camera personnel (10-12 places available), and a 3-day intensive programme for directors (10-12 places available).


16th May 2014 Screen Training Ireland - Visual Storytelling for Directors (Deadline) 
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Screen Training Ireland is delighted to welcome Bruce Block back to Ireland at the end of May and beginning of June to deliver three Visual Storytelling programmes.

Bruce has been producing and consulting on feature films since 1981. His credits include 'Something's Gotta Give', 'As Good As it Gets' and 'Stuart Little'. He is the author of 'The Visual Story' now in its second edition and available in seven languages. Used all over the world, the book explains the relationship between story structure and visual structure of film, television, video games and graphic design. His latest book, '3D Storytelling', explains how 3D works and how to use it to tell stories. Bruce conducts seminars at USC, AFI, UCLA, Pixar, ILM, Disney, DreamWorks, Blue Sky, and for computer game developers, graphic arts studios, and a variety of universities and colleges in North & South America and Europe.

Bruce will deliver a one-day seminar to a wide animation and games audience, a targeted 2-day programme to cinematographers and camera personnel (10-12 places available), and a 3-day intensive programme for directors (10-12 places available).


23rd May 2014 European Commission MEDIA Programme - Training 
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Friday 23rd May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival- PRODUCERS’ FORUM chaired by Gaby Smyth 
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PLAZA CINEMA | 10.00 - 12.00 | ENTRY - €5

Panel: Sandy Lieberson, Hilary Durman, Pat Collins, Gabrielle Tana, Tracey Seaward and Catherine Tiernan.

A chance to meet experienced producers from the film and television world, to raise topics for discussion and put questions to the panel.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialling 028 28600.


Friday 23rd May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival - SOUND RECORDIST SEMINAR WITH PJ RANKIN 
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PLAZA CINEMA | 12.15 - 13.30 | ENTRY - €5

An introduction to basic sound recording techniques. Many of the films submitted to the festival have poor sound quality, as many filmmakers neglect this craft and do not understand how sound can be greatly improved using little more than the equipment they already have.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialing 028 28600.


Friday 23rd May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival - DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY SEMINAR WITH IAN D MURPHY 
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PLAZA CINEMA | 13.30 - 14.45 | ENTRY - €5

This seminar introduces the role of the DoP, how he creates a team, how he organizes a crew, and his/her relationship to the director and other key crew members.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialling 028 28600.


Friday 23rd May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival - ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SEMINAR WITH MIKE MALLINSON 
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PLAZA CINEMA | 14.45 - 16.00 | ENTRY - €5

The role of the first assistant director is far more important than most people realise. He makes the schedules, breaks down the script, and is responsible for the day to day running of the set, as well as directing the background action.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialling 028 28600.


Friday 23rd May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival - ANIMATION SEMINAR WITH DAVID QUINN 
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PLAZA CINEMA | 17.15 - 18.30 | ENTRY - €5

An introduction to the art of animation with a distinguished practitioner.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialling 028 28600.


Friday 23rd May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival - MUSIC SEMINAR with JIM SHERIDAN, JACK GOLD AND MAURICE SEEZER 
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PLAZA CINEMA | 16.00 - 17.15 | ENTRY - €5

What role does music play in film? Directors and composers can have a marriage made in heaven (Fellini/Rota, Leone/Morricone) or they can forever disagree on the nature of the relationship (Hitchcock/Hermann). Jim Sheridan and Jack Gold will look at the key ingredients that are needed for a creative collaboration between composer and director.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialling 028 28600.


Saturday 24th May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival - DAVID PUTMANN SEMINAR ON WORKING WITH THE DIRECTOR ALAN PARKER 
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ADELPHI CINEMA| 15.00 - 17.00 | ENTRY - €5

A public seminar of general interest with a distinguished producer speaking about his experience working with world famous director Alan Parker.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialling 028 28600.


Saturday 24th May 2014 Screen Training Ireland & Corona Fastnet Film Festival - ONE-TO-ONE FUNDING CLINIC WITH MENTORS GABY SMITH AND HILARY DURMAN 
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CARLTON CINEMA | 10.00 - 13.00 | ENTRY - FREE

An opportunity for individual film makers to discuss their funding issues with seasoned professionals. Please book individual sessions through the CFSFF box office.

Bookings should be made through the Corona Fastnet Short Film Festival Box-Office, places are limited so get dialling 028 28600.


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