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Events Diary for August 2014 Key: Awards Training Festival Deadline Event
31st July - 5th August 2014 GAZE International LGBT Film Festival Dublin 2014 
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1st August 2014 International DOK Leipzig Co-Production Meeting 
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The 10th International DOK Leipzig Co-Production Meeting will take place on the 27 and 28 October. The two-day programme consists of individual meetings between producers, potential financiers including commissioning editors, film funds, distributors, and sales agents, as well as carefully-selected German producers looking for international projects. We 2-day meeting will also offer the most up-to-date information on working with international partners through our case studies and round tables. Eligible projects are Creative documentaries in development that are international in scope and looking for diverse financing partners, from Germany and abroad. In particular, theatrical documentaries intended for cinema release, however one-offs, series and trans/cross media projects are also welcome to apply.

Participation costs €180 for one participant, €260 for two (ex. VAT), including festival accreditations for the 57th DOK Leipzig Festival for Animated and Documentary Film.

This year the event will focus on working with Scotland and countries of the Former Yugoslavia.


8th August 2014 Deadline for Screen Training Ireland - The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling for Live Action 
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Bobette Buster’s course, “The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling”, comes from her combined experience as a Hollywood development executive and faculty member at USC ‘s Graduate School of Cinema-Television and La Fémis in Paris. She lectures throughout Europe, Cuba, Latin America and Japan, as well as, Pixar, Disney, Sony and Twentieth Century Fox. In each of the last 15 years, films from her students ranked in the Top 10 box-office worldwide, and have won all the major awards.
Bobette analyzes in-depth classic films, and presents film clips from scores of beloved, international films from various Her programme covers these Core Principles of Cinematic Storytelling:

“Cinema is the Orchestration of Emotions”
Audiences seek fresh stories that take them on the emotional journey of a character’s process, as they discover who they really are. Whether it’s Michael Corleoni’s struggle to become his own man while protecting his father, or Salieri’s longing to understand the musical genius of Mozart, or the process of John Merrick, the Elephant Man’s discovery of self-love, or a rat named Remy’s discovery of his passion for haute cuisine and a refined way-of-living. All characters lead the audience on a inner discovery process, too.

This course will explore key concepts as to how to create this Emotional Discovery Process, by focusing on:

  • Audacity – how the filmmaker creates a fresh point-of-view
  • The Big Idea – the importance of clarity and uniqueness in the film’s vision
  • Embarrassing Secret – the nerve of the character’s story, creating the intimate connection with the audience

“Cinema is the Art form of Transformation”
Audiences, the world-over, desire to go on the same journey as the characters in a film. This journey, in cinema, always involves the experience of transformation. This is what audiences seek: the experience of change.

To achieve the greatest connection possible with the audience, the screenwriter/director must master Cinema language:

This programme provides numerous examples, from classic films of all genres, illustrating the power of cinema language to enable audiences to see and experience the story intimately.

The Unique Process of Cinema Language Development for Each Story:
For this 3 day intensive course, several classic films are analyzed in-depth.

Discovering Your Voice and How Best to Reach your Audience:
An actual craft and process of development is presented to the group. This process is worked on for three days. During this time relevant films will be presented to the class for deconstruction and analysis.


8th August 2014 Deadline for Screen Training Ireland - The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling for Animation 
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Bobette Buster’s course, “The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling”, comes from her combined experience as a Hollywood development executive and faculty member at USC ‘s Graduate School of Cinema-Television and La Fémis in Paris. She lectures throughout Europe, Cuba, Latin America and Japan, as well as, Pixar, Disney, Sony and Twentieth Century Fox. In each of the last 15 years, films from her students ranked in the Top 10 box-office worldwide, and have won all the major awards.
Bobette analyzes in-depth classic films, and presents film clips from scores of beloved, international films from various Her programme covers these Core Principles of Cinematic Storytelling:

“Cinema is the Orchestration of Emotions”
Audiences seek fresh stories that take them on the emotional journey of a character’s process, as they discover who they really are. Whether it’s Michael Corleoni’s struggle to become his own man while protecting his father, or Salieri’s longing to understand the musical genius of Mozart, or the process of John Merrick, the Elephant Man’s discovery of self-love, or a rat named Remy’s discovery of his passion for haute cuisine and a refined way-of-living. All characters lead the audience on a inner discovery process, too.

This course will explore key concepts as to how to create this Emotional Discovery Process, by focusing on:

  • Audacity – how the filmmaker creates a fresh point-of-view
  • The Big Idea – the importance of clarity and uniqueness in the film’s vision
  • Embarrassing Secret – the nerve of the character’s story, creating the intimate connection with the audience

“Cinema is the Art form of Transformation”
Audiences, the world-over, desire to go on the same journey as the characters in a film. This journey, in cinema, always involves the experience of transformation. This is what audiences seek: the experience of change.

To achieve the greatest connection possible with the audience, the screenwriter/director must master Cinema language:

This programme provides numerous examples, from classic films of all genres, illustrating the power of cinema language to enable audiences to see and experience the story intimately.

The Unique Process of Cinema Language Development for Each Story:
For this 3 day intensive course, several classic films are analyzed in-depth.

Discovering Your Voice and How Best to Reach your Audience:
An actual craft and process of development is presented to the group. This process is worked on for three days. During this time relevant films will be presented to the class for deconstruction and analysis.


15th August 2014 Deadline for Screen Training Ireland - Digital Self-Shooting and Data Management in association with Galway Film Centre 
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This practical, hands-on course aims to upskill production personnel in the areas of shooting and editing, as well as the data management steps associated with these areas. No prior knowledge is assumed, but it will be a fast paced, intense course with a steep learning curve.

Days One and Two:
Data Management for camera/audio from set to pre post
A group of eight participants will spend two days being tutored by a camera person who shoots for Lifestyle/Entertainment TV. Participants will be shown the following:
An overview of data wrangling on set from data acquisition to location storage to back-up and duplication to tranfer to base and storage pre- post.

  • An overview of the equipment required for a digital selfshooter (camera, audio, drives, laptop etc)
  • How to set up the PMW200
  • A brief summary of technical terms.
  • Understanding focus/exposure/ ISO
  • Lighting interviews
  • Audio techniques
  • Different cameras & their specs & limitations
  • Using radio mics
  • Using other audio equipment such as rifle mics and zooms
  • Comparing types of audio from different equipment

Participants will then have a series of practical exercises to put into practice what they have been demonstrated. These exercises will aim to mimic what participants actually have to do on a day to day basis. All footage acquired will be critiqued.

Day Three: Shoot & Data Wrangling in Post
Participants will have to shoot a short lifestyle piece. The footage will then be critiqued. In the afternoon, a data management expert will give a masterclass to consolidate material covered and delve into more detail on certain aspects.
Areas covered on this day will include:

  • How to shoot a piece solo
  • Acquiring the correct coverage
  • Summarising data wrangling from data acquisition to storage to pre-post
  • Overview of the post workflow
  • Compression & codecs
  • Storage options
  • TX Delivery

Day Four: Editing
Participants will be introduced to the Final Cut Pro interface. They will be guided by an Editor and an Assistant Editor. The following will be demonstrated:

  • Importing footage from the cameras
  • Creating a workflow for your footage
  • Setting up a project in Final Cut Pro
  • Creating a basic rough cut
  • Logging footage
  • How to deliver your footage for RTÉ/TG4 and Webstreaming.

Participants will use footage from the shoot to edit pieces together. They will have to fulfil certain criteria with their finished edits i.e. correct combination of coverage footage and close ups and interviews.

Venue: The Hilton Hotel, Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Cost: €250.00


15th August 2014 Lisbon Docs 2014 
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The 2014 edition of Lisbon Docs (October 14-18, 2014) concentrates on strategies to create top-quality documentary projects and on how to deliver them to existing and to new audiences. So if you are a documentary maker with an international project in development Lisbon Docs is the place to be.

Lisbon Docs is an international financing and coproduction forum for documentary film, which takes place in the framework of doclisboa - International Film Festival. At Lisbon Docs you'll be introduced to the power of new players in the distribution and financing markets. The workshop sessions will focus on analysing the content of the selected projects, on delivering advice on how to tell the stories in a way that will allow people to find an audience without losing artistic integrity.

Lisbon Docs concludes with all projects being pitched to a panel of leading broadcasters, financiers and experts. Following the pitch projects and panelists will be individually matched for meeting. The panel participants for the concluding pitching sessions will be announced as we have them available.

The winners of the pitching session will receive a follow-up consultancy by the EDN team and the opportunity to demonstrate the progress that has been made in the development of their project - and to reach decision makers that were not present during the Lisbon Docs 2014 pitching session - by organising an online pitch a couple of months later.

Lisbon Docs will offer extra power to your international development and financing strategy. 20 selected documentary projects will be developed in the intense workshop. Priority will be given to producer-director teams. The Lisbon Docs expert team will assist you in defining a realistic strategy to finance your documentary and offer you the tools to boost your persuasiveness during the pitching stages after the event. The workshop will be run by EDN Director Paul Pauwels. The tutor team of the workshop will soon be announced here at the web site.

Lisbon Docs is open for all European documentary professionals and has a limited number of seats for participants coming from outside Europe. Submissions are accepted from professionals, who want to take part in an intense creative dialogue and development process as well as present their project to potential documentary financiers, European television channels and producers. In the past Lisbon Docs has proven to be successful in pushing filmmakers into the international scene.


18th August 2014 Deadline for Screen Training Ireland - Transitioning to Maya 
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Screen Training Ireland and Animation Skillnet, in association with VFXAI, are seeking participants for a Maya transitioning course. This course will provide participants with an overview of Maya, including animation, modelling, lighting, and texturing. Participants should be skilled in other 3D packages such as 3DS Max, Blender or Softimage.

The course will cover the following:

  • History of Maya
  • Maya's User Interface
  • Nodes, the backbone of Maya
  • Overview of Editors - Attribute Editor; Channel Box; Outliner; Node Editor; Hypergraph; Connection; Attribute Spread Sheet; Relationship Editors
  • Settings and Preferences
  • Modelling - Polygons
  • Curves and Surfaces - Pixar's Open SubDivs
  • Animation - Working with Keyframes; Attaching objects to Paths; Deformers; Working with the Graph Editor and Dope Sheet; Non-Linear Animation
  • Shaders and Texturing - Working with the HyperShader; Surfaces; UV Mapping; 2D and 3D Textures; Shader Utilities; Mental Ray Shaders
  • Lighting - Standard Lights and Common Settings; Light Effects (Decay, Fog and Glow); Image Based Lighting; Global Illumination; Photon based Lighting and Caustics; Light Linking; Shadows (Depth and Ray traced)
  • Cameras - Standard Camera and Common Settings; Film Back vs. Resolution; Depth of Field; Environments; Rendering; Common Render Settings; Mental Ray Settings; Other Production Renders (Arnold, RenderMan, V-Ray)
  • Brief overview of additional Maya features – nParticles; nDynamics; Bullet; nCloth; nHair; Fur; Bifrost; XGen; Fluid Effects; Oceans and Ponds; Character Animation; Muscles; Paint Effects and Artisan; Expressions; MEL and Python

This course is aimed at professionals working in animation and VFX, who are seeking to transition to Maya from other 3D packages such as 3DS Max and Softimage.

How to Apply:
Please apply online with current CV at www.screentrainingireland.ie. Deadline for applications: Monday 18th August 2014. For further details contact sorcha.loughnane@screentrainingireland.ie.


18th August 2014 (3 Days) Screen Training Ireland - The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling for Live Action 
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Bobette Buster’s course, “The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling”, comes from her combined experience as a Hollywood development executive and faculty member at USC ‘s Graduate School of Cinema-Television and La Fémis in Paris. She lectures throughout Europe, Cuba, Latin America and Japan, as well as, Pixar, Disney, Sony and Twentieth Century Fox. In each of the last 15 years, films from her students ranked in the Top 10 box-office worldwide, and have won all the major awards.
Bobette analyzes in-depth classic films, and presents film clips from scores of beloved, international films from various Her programme covers these Core Principles of Cinematic Storytelling:

“Cinema is the Orchestration of Emotions”
Audiences seek fresh stories that take them on the emotional journey of a character’s process, as they discover who they really are. Whether it’s Michael Corleoni’s struggle to become his own man while protecting his father, or Salieri’s longing to understand the musical genius of Mozart, or the process of John Merrick, the Elephant Man’s discovery of self-love, or a rat named Remy’s discovery of his passion for haute cuisine and a refined way-of-living. All characters lead the audience on a inner discovery process, too.

This course will explore key concepts as to how to create this Emotional Discovery Process, by focusing on:

  • Audacity – how the filmmaker creates a fresh point-of-view
  • The Big Idea – the importance of clarity and uniqueness in the film’s vision
  • Embarrassing Secret – the nerve of the character’s story, creating the intimate connection with the audience

“Cinema is the Art form of Transformation”
Audiences, the world-over, desire to go on the same journey as the characters in a film. This journey, in cinema, always involves the experience of transformation. This is what audiences seek: the experience of change.

To achieve the greatest connection possible with the audience, the screenwriter/director must master Cinema language:

This programme provides numerous examples, from classic films of all genres, illustrating the power of cinema language to enable audiences to see and experience the story intimately.

The Unique Process of Cinema Language Development for Each Story:
For this 3 day intensive course, several classic films are analyzed in-depth.

Discovering Your Voice and How Best to Reach your Audience:
An actual craft and process of development is presented to the group. This process is worked on for three days. During this time relevant films will be presented to the class for deconstruction and analysis.


21st August 2014 (3 Days) Screen Training Ireland - The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling for Animation 
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Bobette Buster’s course, “The Art & Process of Cinematic Storytelling”, comes from her combined experience as a Hollywood development executive and faculty member at USC ‘s Graduate School of Cinema-Television and La Fémis in Paris. She lectures throughout Europe, Cuba, Latin America and Japan, as well as, Pixar, Disney, Sony and Twentieth Century Fox. In each of the last 15 years, films from her students ranked in the Top 10 box-office worldwide, and have won all the major awards.
Bobette analyzes in-depth classic films, and presents film clips from scores of beloved, international films from various Her programme covers these Core Principles of Cinematic Storytelling:

“Cinema is the Orchestration of Emotions”
Audiences seek fresh stories that take them on the emotional journey of a character’s process, as they discover who they really are. Whether it’s Michael Corleoni’s struggle to become his own man while protecting his father, or Salieri’s longing to understand the musical genius of Mozart, or the process of John Merrick, the Elephant Man’s discovery of self-love, or a rat named Remy’s discovery of his passion for haute cuisine and a refined way-of-living. All characters lead the audience on a inner discovery process, too.

This course will explore key concepts as to how to create this Emotional Discovery Process, by focusing on:

  • Audacity – how the filmmaker creates a fresh point-of-view
  • The Big Idea – the importance of clarity and uniqueness in the film’s vision
  • Embarrassing Secret – the nerve of the character’s story, creating the intimate connection with the audience

“Cinema is the Art form of Transformation”
Audiences, the world-over, desire to go on the same journey as the characters in a film. This journey, in cinema, always involves the experience of transformation. This is what audiences seek: the experience of change.

To achieve the greatest connection possible with the audience, the screenwriter/director must master Cinema language:

This programme provides numerous examples, from classic films of all genres, illustrating the power of cinema language to enable audiences to see and experience the story intimately.

The Unique Process of Cinema Language Development for Each Story:
For this 3 day intensive course, several classic films are analyzed in-depth.

Discovering Your Voice and How Best to Reach your Audience:
An actual craft and process of development is presented to the group. This process is worked on for three days. During this time relevant films will be presented to the class for deconstruction and analysis.


25th August 2014 EURIMAGES co-production scheme 
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30th August - 21st November 2014 (12 weekends) Filmbase - Digital Filmmaking (Make a Short Film) Autumn 2014 
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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.


   


 
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